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Alternative Viewpoints on the Internet By Subject


Links to other alternative Internet resources compiled by the Alternative Press Center.

For more information, contact the Alternative Press Center at PO Box 33109, Baltimore, MD 21214. 410-243-2471 (phone) ;

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Browse by title. Updated : 11/6/2003.


-  Activism

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-  Alternative Press

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-  Animal Rights]

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[ Canada]

[ Cartoons]

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[ Disabilities]

[ Ecology] [ Economics] [ Education] [ Environment] [ Ethnic Minorities]

[ Farming] [ Feminism] [ Film and Video] [ Foreign Policy]

[ Gay & Lesbian] [ Geography]

[ Health] [ History] [ Homelessness] [ Housing] [ Human Rights] [ Humor]

[ Internet] [ Investing] [ Islam]

[ Journalism]

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[ Radio] [ Religion] [ Right Wing] [ Russia]

[ Science] [ Socialism] [ Students] [ Surveillance] [ Sustainable Development]

[ Women’s Studies]

[ Youth]

[ Zapatistas] [ Zines]


Activism

• Feminist Activist Resources on the Net http://www.igc.apc.org/women/feminist.html sarahksg@iname.com Links to activist-oriented feminist resources including issue- oriented links and links to women’s groups, feminist news and resources for feminists.

• Holt Labor Library http://www.holtlaborlibrary.org/ holtlabor@holtlaborlibrary.org The Holt Labor Library is a labor and radical history library located in San Francisco. The web site contains links to its online catalog, current labor news, labor and left periodicals, other labor libraries, occupational health sites, etc. Each month, the web site also features a new online exhibit.

• Institute for Southern Studies & Southern Exposure

http://www.southernstudies.org info@i4south.org Southern Exposure has been covering Southern activism since 1973. The SE web site, in addition to subscription/membership information, also has a collection of inspiring quotes from Southern activitists, articles from current and back issues, and a list of books and reports published by the Institute for Southern Studies.

• Metaphoria

http://www.metaphoria.org

jozef@metaphoria.org Metaphoria is a newsletter for parents, students, teachers, educators, professionals, doctors, dentists, lawyers and other professionals and the working person, especially for those who think non-traditionally.

• PeaceWork

http://www.afsc.org/peacework/ pwork@igc.org Online edition of PeaceWork. Peacework is a monthly journal published since 1972 by the New England Regional Office of the AFSC. Originally it covered resistance to military conscription and war tax resistance, but it branched out to coverage of other issues, from nuclear power to the freedom movement, from disarmament to economic justice, from simple living to community organizing.

• Project Vote Smart

http://www.vote-smart.org webmaster@vote-smart.org A voter’s self-defense system that provides voters with factual information on candidates and elected officials.

• Shelterforce

http://www.nhi.org/online/sf.html hs@nhi.org A bi-monthly journal, in its twentieth year of publication as a national forum for the affordable housing and community revitalization movement. Articles provide both how-to information and policy review, analysis and direction.

• Urban75

http://www.urban75.com/ urban75 is one of the UK’s busiest independent sites featuring direct action, rave, drug info, stories, photos, rants and more. In its "Action" section, urban75 has the latest news from actions, demos and events, along with background features and campaigning resources.

• WebActive Directory

http://www.webactive.com/ webactive@webactive.com WebActive is a weekly publication designed to offer progressive activists an up-to-date resource on the World Wide Web to find other organizations and individuals with similar values and interests. WebActive is a project of Progressive Networks, the makers of RealAudio and RealVideo. It includes (in addition to lots of video and audio clips) a progressive directory which lists over 1500 sites, broadcasts from Pacifica Radio, regular commentary by Jim Hightower, and more. Africa

• Review of African Political Economy

http://www.roape.org/ The Review of African Political Economy is a left journal on Africa examining : the politics of imperialism ; development ; agrarian, popular and democratic struggles ; class, gender and social justice. African American

• Black Autonomy News Service

http://www.webcom.com/nattyreb/black.autonomy/ bd982@scn.org This site is devoted to news stories about African Americans and oppression of black people worldwide.

• BLK Homie Pages

http://www.blk.com/ newsroom@blk.com BLK includes in-depth feature articles, profiles, interviews, analysis, controversy and commentary as well as news from across the nation, the arts, a media watch column. In publication since 1988, BLK has become the black lesbian and gay community’s publication of record.

• MLK Directory

http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/ This site is a joint project of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and Stanford University’s King Papers Project. It includes documents by and about Martin Luther King Jr. In order to access the documents, you must sign up for a free login and password. Alternative Press

• Alternative Press Center

http://www.altpress.org/ altpress@altpress.org The web site of the Alternative Press Index. Includes information about pricing, coverage, a selection of the best of 1996 from the Alternative Press Index, and an on-line directory of alternative periodicals.

• Alternative Press Review

http://www.altpr.org

apr@flag.blackened.net

The Alternative Press Review can be your window on the world of independent media. APR publishes a wide variety of the best essays from radical zines, tabloids, books and magazines—essays that deserve a much wider readership than they currently enjoy. Plus, APR publishes a selection of short and lively article excerpts in each issue, along with reviews, commentary and columns on the alternative press scene and other alternative media. Sample it on the new website.

• Alternatives in Print Task Force

http://www.libr.org/AIP/ rory@libr.org AIP is a group of library professionals that works to promote the acquisition and use of alternative information resources in libraries. AIP is a task force of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association and follows the charge of SRRT to "provide a forum for the discussion of the responsibilities of libraries in relation to the important problems of social change which face institutions and librarians." Its web site includes a list of AIP publications, information on the Eubanks Award and AIP’s new review journal, Counterpoise.

• Alternet

http://www.alternet.org/

khayes@alternet.org

Alternet is an independent news and information service and a project of the Independent Media Institute. AlterNet features stories from alternative newsweeklies, magazines and web publications from across the country, resources and national employment listings. You can search the Alternet archives, read the latest news stories or link to other sites.

• The Drummer Alternative Student Newspaper

http://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/drummer/

THEDRUMMER@IASTATE.EDU Published by students on the Iowa State campus to serve as an alternative to the mainstream media press. Not affiliated with any political party.

• The Exile

http://www.exile.ru/ exile.editor@matrix.ru An alternative Moscow Engilsh-language alternative newspaper with a web site.

• Feminist Bookstore Network

http://www.dnai.com/ seajay/fbn/stores/stores.html FBN@FemBKNews.com Includes an index of feminist bookstores in Canada and 29 US states and an online catalog.

• The Great Speckled Bird

http://thebird.org/ thebird@usa.net The Great Speckled Bird (also known as THE BIRD), is the "underground" liberal newspaper of Atlanta dating from the 1960s. This site links to individual columnists home pages and archived articles. THE BIRD also hosts the drive to establish a formal Liberal Party in the US.

• Heartsong Books

http://heartsongbooks.com maggie@downeast.net The Heartsong Books web site includes an online catalog of all publications.

• The Independent Press Association

http://www.indypress.org/ indypress@igc.apc.org The Independent Press Association (IPA) is a membership organization of progressive periodicals and community-based publications. Its web site includes information on IPA, how to join, online versions of the IPA newsletter, Inside Scoop , and an excellent list of member publications.

• New Pages : Alternatives in Print and Media

http://www.newpages.com chill@newpages.com Features Weblog with dailyl updates to information on new books, magazines, alternative press information. Annotated Guides to independent publishers, alternative periodicals, alternative newsweeklies, independent bookstores

• Radio 4 All

http://www.radio4all.org/ radio4al@radio4all.org Links to alternative radio web sites.

• Street Librarian : zines, alternative press & other seditious stuff

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/7423/ cdodge@sun.hennepin.lib.mn.us Links to other online resources in categories like : zines, alternative media, comics, anarchism, ethnic pages, peace and justice, surrealism.

• Tidsskriftcentret.dk : Progressive Online Library

http://www.tidsskriftcentret.dk/

lund.info@tidsskrfitcentret.dk Online library with Scandinavian and international alternative/progressive journals with homepages and websites. The website also features international progressive resources. In Danish.

• Traversing the Alternative Web

http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/ dtsang/ttaw.htm dtsang@uci.edu Dan Tsang’s links to ethnic and alternative Internet resources. Anarchism

• AK Press

http://www.akpress.org akpress@akpress.org AK Press has an online catalog of over 2,700 titles related to anarchism, ecology, Marxism, communism, gay & lesbian issues, labor, etc.

• Anarchist Librarians Web

http://www.infoshop.org/librarians.html The web site includes information on the anarchist librarians’ listserv, anti-censorship information, links to other anarchist sites, news stories, a calendar of events and a great list of anarchist libraries and archives. An excellent site.

• Anarchy.org

http://www.anarchy.org/ Through links to articles, this site provides an overview of the anarchist movement of the 20th century. Topics include anarchist people, theory, history, action and discussion.

• Black Rose Books

http://www.web.net/ blakrose/ blakrose@web.net The Black Rose Books Web site includes the contents of the entire catalogue.

• Industrial Worker

http://www.iww.org/ www@iww.org The on-line edition of the monthly newspaper of the Industrial Workers of the World.

• Institute for Anarchist Studies

flag.blackened.net ias@newyorknet.net The Institute for Anarchist Studies helps foster the theoretical development of anarchism by awarding grants to writers working on themes pertinent to anarchism.

• Infoshop.org

http://www.infoshop.org/ Anarchist, activist and alternative news on the web. Daily postings of news stories of interest to anarchists. You can also look for news by country and region.

• Nothingness.Org

http://www.nothingness.org Nothingness.Org hosts the Situationist International Archives, the anarchist journal Social Anarchism, research on anarchism, Mr. Block cartoons,and more

• Social Anarchism

http://www.nothingness.org/sociala/ sociala@nothingness.org As both political philosophy and personal lifestyle, social anarchism promotes community self-reliance, direct participation in political decision-making, respect for nature, and nonviolent paths to peace and justice.

• Spunk Library : An Online Archive of Anarchist and Alternative Materials

http://www.spunk.org/ spunk@spunk.org The Spunk Library collects and distributes literature in electronic format, with an emphasis on anarchism and related issues.

• Tidsskriftcentret.dk : Progressive Online Library

http://www.tidsskriftcentret.dk/ lund.info@tidsskrfitcentret.dk Online library with Scandinavian and international alternative/progressive journals with homepages and websites. The website also features international progressive resources. In Danish. Animal Rights

• Institute for Animals and Society

http://www.animalsandsociety.org/ The IAS mission is to advance animal advocacy issues in public policy development by conducting scholarly research and analysis, providing education and training, and fostering cooperation with other social movements and interests. Art

• Dig-Factory.Com

http://www.dig-factory.com

EarthPillow@aol.com Dig-Factory offers a forum for thinking brains and feeling hearts—art galleries, poetry, photography, children/teen art.

• Pform : The Journal of Performance and Interdisciplinary Art

http://www.pform.org/ pform@pform.org A cross-disciplinary experimental arts magazine which is published quarterly. Focuses on performance, video, sound, installation and critical issues in the art world.

• Thesis Eleven

Hecate’s Australian Women’s Book Review /"> http://home.beseen.com/college/thesiseleven/ pwmurphy@ozemail.com.au Thesis Eleven publishes theories and theorists, surveys, critiques, debates and interpretations. The journal also brings together articles on place, region, or problems in the world today, encouraging civilizational analysis and work on alternative modernities from fascism and communism to Japan and Southeast Asia. Marxist in origin, postmarxist by necessity, the journal is vitally concerned with change as well as with tradition. Asia

• Asian Labour Update

http://www.amrc.org.hk admin@amrc.org.hk

• Critical Asian Studies

http://csf.colorado.edu/bcas/bcashome.html

tfenton@igc.org A progressive, independent quarterly on modern Asia which has been published since 1968.

• Satya Gabriel’s Online Papers

http://www.mtholyoke.edu/ sgabriel/#RESEARCH sgabriel@mtholyoke.edu Onlne papers, essays and analysis with a left institutionalist focus. Covers economics, China, Brazil, Japan, East Asia and India Canada

• Canadian Dimension

http://www.canadiandimension.mb.ca/

info@canadiandimension.mb.ca For over 30 years, CD has provided Canadians with a forum for debate and a clear window on the world that is not filtered by corporate profit motives or hidden agendas. Cartoons

• Carol Simpson Cartoon Page

http://www.cartoonwork.com/ carolsim@mcs.com Carol Simpson fires off cartoons aimed at America’s corporate establishment and its wholly owned subsidiary the U.S. Government. You can find their work in labor, alternative and business publications across North America. Now they are on the info highway

• Cartoons By Bulbul

http://www.bulbul.com/

bulbul@bulbul.com Bulbul is a freelance cartoonist. Her work appears in the labor, feminist, and alternative press. At her web site, you can search her archives by subject or request a sample packet of cartoons.

• Huck/Konopacki Labor Cartoons

http://www.solidarity.com/hkcartoons/ Huckkono@aol.com "Inciteful graphics for the labor movement". Labor cartoonists Gary Huck and Mike Konopacki have provided a cartoon service to the labor press since 1983. Their cartoons have been exhibited extensively in the US. Check out their latest offerings at their web site.

• Roberta Gregory website

http://www.robertagregory.com/ roberta@robertagregory.com This is the web site for all information about the comics of Roberta Gregory, the creator of Bitchy Bitch, antiheroine of the series Naughty Bits. You can find complete plot summaries and sample illustrations from Naughty Bits here, as well as information about Roberta’s self-published series Artistic Licentiousness, the Bitchy Bitch comic strip, Bitchy’s lesbian counterpart Bitchy Butch, Roberta’s history with feminist comics in the 70s, and other stuff Roberta has done - including what she’s working on for future publication ! Censorship

• Banned Books On-Line

http://digital.library.upenn.edu/books/banned-books.html onlinebooks@pobox.upenn.edu This is a special exhibit of books that have been the objects of censorship or censorship attempts. The books featured here, ranging from Ulysses to Little Red Riding Hood, have been selected from the indexes on the On-line Books Page.

• Covert Action Quarterly

http://mediafilter.org/caq/ info@covertaction.org A journal of investigative journalism, for investigative reporters, activists, scholars, intelligence buffs, news junkies, and anyone who wants to know the news and analysis behind the soundbites and headlines.

• Index on Censorship

http://www.oneworld.org/index_oc/ contact@indexoncensorship.org Index on Censorship , the magazine for free speech, widens the debates on freedom of expression with some of the world’s best writers. Through interviews, reportage, banned literature and polemic, Index shows how free speech affects the political issues of the moment.

• Peacefire

http://www.peacefire.org

bennett@peacefire.org Peacefire is a project of the Teen Net Anticensorship Alliance. It tracks blocking software and censorship on the Internet. It provides access to CRADLE, the Cyber Rights and Digital Libraries Encyclopedia and other resources related to Internet censorship.

• Project Censored http://www.projectcensored.org/ project.censored@sonoma.edu The primary objective of Project Censored is to explore and publicize the texten of censorship in society by locating stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not. Each spring a national panel of media experts selects the top ten under-reported stories of the year. You can browse stories from 1989 through 1996 online. Civil Liberties • American Civil Liberties Union ACLU http://www.aclu.org aclu@aclu.org The ACLU web site covers issues such as church and state, cyber-liberties, the death penalty, free speech, immigrants’ rights, gay and lesbian rights, reproductive rights, students’ rights, voting rights and workplace rights. • Banned Books On-Line http://digital.library.upenn.edu/books/banned-books.html onlinebooks@pobox.upenn.edu This is a special exhibit of books that have been the objects of censorship or censorship attempts. The books featured here, ranging from Ulysses to Little Red Riding Hood, have been selected from the indexes on the On-line Books Page. • Covert Action Quarterly http://mediafilter.org/caq/ A journal of investigative journalism, for investigative reporters, activists, scholars, intelligence buffs, news junkies, and anyone who wants to know the news and analysis behind the soundbites and headlines. Community • Centre for Community Enterprise/Making Waves http://www.cedworks.com/ mcnair@junction.net The Centre promotes community economic development know-how, publishes "Making Waves" and provides technical assistance and training in community economic development. • City Limits http://www.citylimits.org/ cl@citylimits.org City Limits is a news and resource guide for nonprofit and community leaders and other engaged citizens of New York. • Community Networking Movement http://www.scn.org/ip/commnet/ douglas@scn.org This site includes information on how people can develop independent public access computer networks for their communities. It is devoted to educating people about how they can become involved in shaping technology and the media. It contains theoretical as well as practical information. • Inner City Press http://www.innercitypress.org/ innercity1@aol.com Inner City Press / Community on the Move (ICP) is a non-profit community, consumers ? and civil rights organization headquartered in the South Bronx of New York City, engaged in advocacy , reporting and organizing in the fields of community reinvestment, fair access to credit, insurance and telecommunications, environmental justice, and government and corporate accountability. • Shelterforce http://www.nhi.org/online/sf.html hs@nhi.org A bi-monthly journal, in its twentieth year of publication as a national forum for the affordable housing and community revitalization movement. Articles provide both how-to information and policy review, analysis and direction. Computers • Community Networking Movement http://www.scn.org/ip/commnet/ douglas@scn.org This site includes information on how people can develop independent public access computer networks for their communities. It is devoted to educating people about how they can become involved in shaping technology and the media. It contains theoretical as well as practical information. • Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility http://www.cpsr.org/ webmaster@cpsr.org CPSR is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others interested in the impact of computer technology on society. As technical experts, CPSR members provide the public and policymakers with realistic assessments of the power, promise, and limitations of computer technology. As concerned citizens, they direct public attention to critical choices concerning the applications of computing and how those choices affect society. Conscientious Objection • PeaceWork http://www.afsc.org/peacework/default.htm pwork@igc.org Online edition of PeaceWork. Peacework is a monthly journal published since 1972 by the New England Regional Office of the AFSC. Originally it covered resistance to military conscription and war tax resistance, but it branched out to coverage of other issues, from nuclear power to the freedom movement, from disarmament to economic justice, from simple living to community organizing. Consumer Protection • Public Citizen http://www.citizen.org/ public_citizen@citizen.org Public Citizens was founded in 1971 by Ralph Nader and is the consumer’s eyes and ears in Washington. Copyright • Negative WorldWideWebLand http://www.negativland.com/ mark@negativland.com This site has a great section on intellectual property, copyright and fair use, as well as an online record catalog, audio clips and an online radio program called "Over the Edge." Corporations • Corporate Watch http://www.corpwatch.org corpwatch@igc.org Corporate Watch is dedicated to monitoring the activities of transnational corporations. It is designed to provide up-to-date information and analysis on social, ecological and economic impacts of transnational corporations. The site also includes an 8-part nuts&bolts manual on how to research transnational corporations, an image gallery, links to other sites. • McSpotlight http://www.mcspotlight.org/home.html info@mcspotlight.org McDonald’s spends over $1.8 billion a year broadcasting their glossy image to the world. This is a small space for alternatives to be heard. McSpotlight is created by the McINFORMATION NETWORK, an independent group of volunteers working from 22 countries on 4 continents. The McInformation Network is dedicated to compiling and disseminating factual, accurate, up-to-date information - and encouraging debate - about the workings, policies and practices of the McDonald’s Corporation and all they stand for. The Network also highlights opposition to McDonald’s and other transnational companies. • Multinational Monitor http://www.essential.org/monitor/monitor.html monitor@essential.org Includes back issues of Multinational Monitor available via gopher and the web, a search feature, links to other resources. Its purpose is to provide a comprehensive service which tracks corporate activities in the US and around the world. Culture • Adbusters : Journal of the Mental Environment http://www.adbusters.org/ adbusters@adbusters.org Adbusters combines articles and analyses with full-page "spoof ads" of the advertising industry. According to Workbook, "It’s well-written and clever, its design and layout are superb, it has a strong activist orientation—and it’s not afraid to take on some of the most powerful companies in the world." • Azad Reading Room http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/9864/ azadreadingroom@yahoo.com The Azad Reading Room (ARR) is a Hyderabad, India-based resource centre for grassroots activists and researchers in voluntary action. It combines a library, documentation centre, publishing house, and bookshop. • Boston Review http://bostonreview.net bostonreview@mit.edu A bimonthly magazine of culture and politics with a broadly progressive outlook. Featuring articles on political issues, economics, and literature, as well as book reviews and original fiction and poetry. • Context Institute’s Sustainable Culture Information Service http://www.context.org webmaster@context.org Back issues of In Context and other resources. Explores and clarifies what is involved in a humane, sustainable culture. • The Digger Archives http://www.diggers.org/ enoble@crl.com The Digger Archives is an ongoing Web project to preserve and present the history of the anarchist guerilla street theater group that challenged the emerging Counterculture of the Sixties and whose actions and ideals inspired a generation. Who were the Diggers ? First read an overview of the group. Then delve into the Archives for the story of the Diggers through primary source materials : broadsides, leaflets, pamphlets, and posters, and other items. • Dissent http://www.dissentmagazine.org dissent@igc.apc.org Dissent is a quarterly magazine of politics and culture. Each issue features reflective articles about politics in the U.S., incisive social and cultural commentary, plus coverage of European politics. • The Hammer http://members.tripod.com/ Hammermag/index.html steelhammr@aol.com The Hammer is a working class journal of cultural thought and action. It includes stories, poetry, commentary and criticism, drawings and cartoons and is a forum for education and debate. • Kleintje Muurkrant http://www.stelling.nl/kleintje/ kleintje@stelling.nl An alternative monthly journal—in the Dutch language—with a focus on political and cultural developments. Articles on issues as varied as : New Age and bogus science, nationalism, ecology and environment, organized crime, parapolitics, security and intelligence services, religions fundamentalism and cults. Apart from articles, there are also book reviews. • Other Voices : The (e)Journal of Cultural Criticism http://www.othervoices.org/ ov@dept.english.upenn.edu • Postmodern Culture http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/pmc/ pmc@jefferson.village.virginia.edu Published jointly by North Carolina State University, Oxford University Press and UVA’s Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities. The web site includes full text of the current issue and back issues. • Postmodernism and Social Theory : a Critical Encounter http://www.altpress.org/pomo2.htm A bibliography of books, book reviews and articles on postmodernism compiled by Les Wade of the Alternative Press Center. • Public Culture http://www2.uchicago.edu/jnl-pub-cult/ public-culture-journal@uchicago.edu Public Culture is an interdisciplinary journal of cultural studies, published three times per year by Duke University Press. The web site includes information on the current issue (with some full-text articles), access to back issues, subscription information and submission guidelines. • Red Pepper http://www.redpepper.org.uk/ redpepper@redpepper.org.uk Red Pepper is a political and cultural magazine for the Left, published monthly in London. • Social Policy http://www.socialpolicy.org socpol@igc.apc.org Social Policy is a quarterly magazine about politics, culture and movements. Its focus is multi-issue — it regularly cover movements in environment, feminism, jobs, the budget, community service, racial politics, health, education and more. With a publishing history of 25 years, SOCIAL POLICY offers a progressive alternative to liberalism, and coverage of the movements that work "beneath the radar" of the national media. The web site contains feature articles from the current issue, subscription information.

• Sojourners : Faith, Politics and Culture http://www.sojourners.com/ sojourners@sojourners.com Sojourners features cultural critique and review, political analysis and spiritual investigation.

• theSpleen http://www.thespleen.com/ adam@thespleen.com theSpleen is a weekly rupture of news, politics, and culture, featuring irreverent writers from around the world.

• The United http://www.ams.queensu.ca/united dabassboy@yahoo.com The United was founded in 1998 as a progressive independent forum to raise consciousness on international and local political and cultural issues, as wel as to encourage and engage discourse within the community.

• This Magazine http://www.thismag.org/ thismag@web.net Canada’s alternative for politics and culture. This Magazine has been bringing Canadians radical news and perspectives since 1966.

• Utne Reader http://www.utne.com/ webkeeper@utne.com The on-line publication of Utne Reader . Includes special features and regular columns.

• Whole Earth Review http://www.wholeearthmag.com/ info@WholeEarthMag.com Whole Earth Review, the quarterly supplement to the Whole Earth Catalog, features articles, surveys and reviews reflecting the endeavors of an extraordinary worldwide community.

Disabilities

• Ragged Edge http://www.ragged-edge-mag.com/ editor@ragged-edge-mag.com This is the web edition of Ragged Edge, a journal about the disability experience in America. Includes feature articles, poetry, fiction, links to other sites and subscription information for the print edition.

Ecology

• Ecofusion http://www.ecofusion.com/ ecofusion_media@hotmail.com EcoFusion is a "green", environmentally oriented, grass roots organization and multi media group. The concept started developing just over a year ago with an in-depth research and multi-media project in the farm lands of Central Pennsylvania. Located in Washington D.C., EcoFusion is a reliable multimedia source to a wide range of ?green ? and progressively oriented groups in the mid-Atlantic region while providing this active community with a viable and identifiable ?one network ? web presence.

• The Ecologist http://www.theecologist.org/ ecologist@gn.apc.org

Founded in 1970, The Ecologist is the world’s longest running environmental magazine. Produced monthly, it is read in over 150 countries by those with an interest in diverting our society from a path that has proven to be environmentally, socially and conomically unsound. This web site contains brief summaries of major feature articles in the current issue and full text of the Campaigns and Updates section.

• Ecology Center

http://www.ecologycenter.org terrain@ecologycenter.org

The Ecology Center addresses the public need for unbiased, non-commercial information about household products, ecologically-sensitive methods of living, and large toxic threats to society and alternatives to those threats. The Ecology Center has been a Berkeley institution since 1969. Terrian is the Ecology Center’s magazine. A 1999 Project Censored Award winner, Terrain combines tenacious reporting, striking design, and thoughtful writing to reach a steadily growing readership.

• Green Left Weekly http://www.greenleft.org.au glw@greenleft.org.au

Green Left Weekly is an independent voice committed to human and civil rights, global peace and environmental sustainability, democracy and equality. By printing the news and ideas the mainstream media won’t, Green Left Weekly exposes the lies and distortions of the power brokers and helps us to better understand the world around us. Green Left Weekly, launched in 1990 by the Democratic Socialist Party, the socialist youth group Resistance and other progressive activists to present the views excluded by the big business media, is now Australia’s leading source of local, national and international news, analysis, and discussion and debate to strengthen the anti-capitalist movements.

• Greenmatters : The busy person’s guide to greener living

http://www.greenmatters.com/gm/ mail@greenmatters.com

This e-guide can simplify green living because it puts practical tools and resources at your fingertips that are designed with the busy person in mind.

• WE International (Women & Environments)

http://www.utoronto.ca/iwsgs/we.mag @ : we.mag@utoronto.ca

WE (Women & Environments) International Magazine is a unique Canadian journal which examines women’s multiple relations to their environments - natural, physical, built and social - from feminist perspectives. Since 1976 it has provided a forum for academic research and theory, professional practice and community experience. The magazine is associated with the Institute for Women’s Studies and Gender Studies, New College, University of Toronto.

• Whole Earth Review http://www.wholeearthmag.com/ info@WholeEarthMag.com Whole Earth Review, the quarterly supplement to the Whole Earth Catalog, features articles, surveys and reviews reflecting the endeavors of an extraordinary worldwide community. Economics

Dollars and Sense

http://www.dollarsandsense.org/dollars@dollarsandsense.org.

Dollars & Sense explains the workings of the US and international economies and provides left perspectives on current economic affairs. The web site includes selected articles from current and past issues which can be searched by topic.

• Feminist Economics

http://www.ruf.rice.edu/ femec/ dls@rice.edu Feminist Economics provides an open forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic perspectives. By opening new areas of economic inquiry, welcoming diverse voices, and encouraging critical exchanges, the journal enlarges and enriches economic discourse. The goal of Feminist Economics is not just to develop more illuminating theories, but to improve the conditions of living for all children, women, and men.

• Left Business Observer

http://www.panix.com/ dhenwood/LBO_home.html dhenwood@panix.com LBO is a newsletter on economics and politics. This site collects some sample articles, background information, and a list of back issues.

• Review of Radical Political Economics

http://www.urpe.org/rrpehome.html Information on the Review of Radical Political Economic including the editorial board, contents of recent issues, article submission guidelines, subscription information.

• Satya Gabriel’s Online Papers

http://www.mtholyoke.edu/ sgabriel/#RESEARCH sgabriel@mtholyoke.edu Onlne papers, essays and analysis with a left institutionalist focus. Covers economics, China, Brazil, Japan, East Asia and India

• Yes ! Hopeful News for a Just Compassionate and Sustainable Future

http://www.yesmagazine.org/

editors@futurenet.org

Positive Futures Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting peoples’ active engagement in creating a more sustainable, just and compassionate world. Education

• Campus California TG (teacher group)

http://www.cctg.org/

info@cctg.org

Opportunities for online learning and cooperation. Campus California TG is a center for a variety of activities where you can educate yourself about the modern world.

• Education Today & Tomorrow

http://www.ett.org.uk/

mhairi@var.org

ETT is a journal devoted to radical thinking on educational issues. Education Today & Tomorrow is published three times a year and is available by subscription only. The web site includes subscription information, the table of contents for current and back issues and editorials (full text).

• EE Link : Environmental Education on the Internet

http://eelink.net/sitemap.html

p-nowak@eelink.net

Your Link to Environmental Education Resources on the Internet.

• Media Education Foundation

http://www.igc.apc.org/mef/

mef@igc.apc.org

The Media Education Foundation is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to media research and the production of resources to aid educators and others in foestering media literacy. The web site includes information on MEF videos, an index and ordering information.

• Rethinking Schools

http://www.rethinkingschools.org

RSBusiness@aol.com

An urban educational journal. Founded in 1986 by activist teachers, Rethinking Schools is a nonprofit, independent publisher of educational materials. It advocates the reform of elementary and secondary education, with a strong emphasis on issues of equity and social justice. Environment

• Alberta Free Press

http://www.lis.ab.ca/afp/

Huffman@telusplant.net

Alberta’s independent alternative newspaper

• Alternatives : Perspectives on Society, Technology and Environment

http://www.alternativesjournal.ca

info@alternativesjournal.ca

An independent Canadian environmental journal now celebrating its 25th year which is published in magazine format, it aims to promote understanding and dialogue among scholars, professionals, activists and students concerned about the environment, including its social and political dimensions.

• Audubon Society

http://www.audubon.org/

join@audubon.org

Includes information on Audubon campaigns, educational programs and priorities.

• Baltimore Green Party

http://www.baltimoregreens.org

• The Bush Blade

http://www.thebushblade.com

theblade@arctic.net

The Bush Blade offers aggressive reporting on natural resource issues affecting bush Alaskans and indigenous people. Colorful characters and exotic native cultures are explored in feature articles. The Blade serves over 200 towns and villages.

• Center for Environmental Philosophy

http://www.cep.unt.edu/centerfo.html

hargrove@unt.edu

The primary activities of the center are publishing the journal Environmental Ethics, reprinting important books, training and the promotion of research in environmental ethics, and the promotion of graduate education in the field of environmental ethics.

• E, The Environmental Magazine

http://www.emagazine.com

webmaster@emagazine.com

The online edition of E Magazine, a clearinghouse for information, news and commentary on environmental issues. E aims to inform and inspire people who have concerns about the environment and who want to know what they can do to make a difference.

• Earth First ! Journal

http://www.earthfirstjournal.org/efj/

collective@earthfirstjournal.org

An independent periodical published eight times a year on the pagan holidays which includes : information and update on Earth First ! campaigns, news and announcements, reviews and critiques of the environmental movement and reviews of interest to ecologists.

• Earth Island Institute

http://www.earthisland.org/

Earth Island was founded in 1982 to provide organizational support for projects for the conservation, preservation, and restoration of the global environment. Current & back issues of Earth Island Journal can be searched here by subject.

• Earthwatch Institute

http://www.earthwatch.org

info@earthwatch.org

Earthwatch supports scientific field research expeditions ranging from preserving public art in Venice to tracking timber wolves in Minnesota, to building solar ovens in Kenya.

• The Ecologist

http://www.theecologist.org/

ecologist@gn.apc.org

The Ecologist is published every two months. This web site contains brief summaries of major feature articles in the current issue and full text of the Campaigns and Updates section.

• EE Link : Environmental Education on the Internet

http://eelink.net/sitemap.html

p-nowak@eelink.net

Your Link to Environmental Education Resources on the Internet.

• Electronic Green Journal

http://egj.lib.uidaho.edu/index.html

gjournal@uidaho.edu

The Electronic Green Journal is published irregularly by the University of Idaho library and is a refereed publication devoted to disseminating information on international environmental topics.

• Empowerment Resources for Personal Growth, Social Change, and Ecology

http://www.empowermentresources.com

empower@waonline.com

Includes personal, cultural, political resources, lots of information on ecology/green resources.

• Friends of the Earth International

http://www.foei.org

foei@foei.org

Friends of the Earth International is a federation of autonomous environmental organisations from all over the world.

• International Collective in Support of Fishworkers

http://www.icsf.net

icsf@vsnl.com

ICSF is an international NGO working on issues that concern fishworkers the world over. ICSF has offices in Madras & Brussels. As a global network of community organizers, teachers, technicians, researchers and scientists, ICSF’s activities encompass monitoring and research, exchange and training, campaigns and action programmes, and communications.

• Initiative for Social Action and Renewal in Eurasia

http://www.isar.org/

postmaster@isar.org

ISAR, the Initiative for Social Action and Renewal in Eurasia, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen the ability of citizens and social change organizations in Eurasia and their colleagues in the US to influence decision-making, advance social justice, and promote environmentally sound stewardship of the earth’s resources.

• Island Press

http://www.islandpress.com

info@islandpress.org

Island Press is the leading publisher of books designed to help professionals, students, and citizen activists solve environmental problems. This web page provides up to date information on the full list of Island Press titles and activities. Island Press’s newsletter, Eco-Compass highlights the best Internet resources on environmental topics.

• Natural Resources Defense Council

http://www.nrdc.org

nrdcinfo@nrdc.org

NRDC uses law, science, and the support of more than 400,000 members nationwide to protect the planet’s wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.

• RACHEL’s Environment and Health Weekly

http://www.rachel.org

erf@rachel.org

A weekly online newsletter published by the Environmental Research Foundation. Environment & Health Background Report is also available on line. Includes all back issues and a search engine.

• radikala.com

http://www.radikala.com/

lari@etc.se

A portal for left/green/movement radicals in Northern Europe. Also in English and Spanish.

• Sierra Club

http://www.sierraclub.org

information@sierraclub.org

The Sierra Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions. The web site includes news, action alerts, Sierra magazine, information on regional activities and events.

• Women and Environments

http://www.web.net/ weed/

weed@web.net

A unique international magazine, based in Toronto, Canada, which examines women’s multiple relations to their many environments — natural, physical, built, and social — from a feminist perspective.

• Yes ! A journal of positive futures

http://www.futurenet.org/

editors@futurenet.org

Positive Futures Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting peoples’ active engagement in creating a more sustainable, just and compassionate world. Ethnic Minorities

• Cultural Quarterly

http://www.cs.org/

csinc@cs.org

The magazine of the international human rights group for indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities founded in 1972. Explores the issues that affect indigenous and ethnic communities, including environmental destruction, land rights, sustainable development and cultural preservation programs. Each issue includes a central theme with supporting articles in addition to news, resources, book reviews and general interest pieces.

• Latinoweb

http://www.latinoweb.com/

info@latinoweb.com

LatinoWeb is a virtual information center for Latino businesses, non-profit organizations and the community. Its mission is to empower Latinos by providing a gateway on the Internet where private, non-profit and public sectors can exchange information.

• New California Media

http://www.ncmonline.com

pacificnews@pacificnews.org

New California Media is a collaboration between Pacific News Service and journalists representing 50 ethnic, print, electronic and TV outlets. Its services include a weekly TV talk show, an ethnic media digest column and this web site. Feminism

• American Library Association (ALA) Feminist Task Force Web Page

http://www.libr.org/FTF/

rory@libr.org

The Feminist Task Force is part of the Social Responsibilities Roundtable of ALA. It operates a listserv and publishes a newsletter, Women in Libraries.

• Australian Feminist Studies

http://www.carfax.co.uk/afs-ad.htm

enquiries@carfax.co.uk

Articles from throughout the world which contribute to current developments in Women’s Studies and feminist research.

• Celebration of Women Writers

http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/

mmbt@cs.cmu.edu

A list of women writers and on-line works and links to biographical information pages about women writers.

• Center for the American Woman and Politics

http://www-rci.rutgers.edu/ cawp/

cawp@rci.rutgers.edu

A university-based research, education and public service center with extensive links to mainstream resources for women (Other Resources).

• Feminist Activist Resources on the Net

http://www.igc.apc.org/women/feminist.html

sarahksg@iname.com

Links to activist-oriented feminist resources including issue- oriented links and links to women’s groups, feminist news and resources for feminists.

• Feminist Bookstore Network

http://www.dnai.com/ seajay/fbn/stores/stores.html

FBN@FemBKNews.com

Includes an index of feminist bookstores in Canada and 29 US states and an online catalog.

• Feminist Economics

http://www.ruf.rice.edu/ femec/

dls@rice.edu

Feminist Economics provides an open forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic perspectives. By opening new areas of economic inquiry, welcoming diverse voices, and encouraging critical exchanges, the journal enlarges and enriches economic discourse. The goal of Feminist Economics is not just to develop more illuminating theories, but to improve the conditions of living for all children, women, and men.

• Off Our Backs

http://www.igc.org/oob/

Offourbacks@cs.com

off our backs is a radical feminist newsjournal. On its web page you can check out recent tables of contents, find women’s festivals and conferences, get information on submitting articles and subscribing.

• National NOW Times http://www.now.org/now/nnt/nntindex.html NOW’s bimonthly newspaper on-line.

• National Organization for Women http://www.now.org Founded in 1966, NOW has grown into the largest feminist organization in the USA.

• Radiance : The Magazine for Large Women http://www.radiancemagazine.com Radmag2@aol.com The Radiance web site includes excerpts from the current issue and back issues, interviews, feedback from readers, subscription information, submission guidelines.

• Sojourner

http://www.sojourner.org sojourn@pop.tiac.net Sojourner : The Women’s Forum is an activist, community-based, feminist newspaper published in Boston since 1975.

• Voices of Women

http://www.voiceofwomen.com/ publisher@voiceofwomen.com VOW gathers the wisdoms of women-honoring traditions and practices and disseminates them in Voices of Women Journal, and Voices of Women’s ’96-97 Resources for Women of Vision.

• WE International (Women & Environments)

http://www.utoronto.ca/iwsgs/we.mag we.mag@utoronto.ca WE (Women & Environments) International Magazine is a unique Canadian journal which examines women’s multiple relations to their environments - natural, physical, built and social - from feminist perspectives. Since 1976 it has provided a forum for academic research and theory, professional practice and community experience. The magazine is associated with the Institute for Women’s Studies and Gender Studies, New College, University of Toronto.

• Women and Environments

http://www.web.net/ weed/ weed@web.net A unique international magazine, based in Toronto, Canada, which examines women’s multiple relations to their many environments — natural, physical, built, and social — from a feminist perspective.

• Women’s Review of Books

http://www.wellesley.edu/WomensReview/ lgardiner@wellesley.edu The WRB web site includes a table of contents of the most recent issue, highlights, letters to the editor and subscription information. Film and Video

• Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers

http://www.aivf.org independent@aivf.org AIVF is the national service oganization for independent media. Devoted to independent film and video production, The Independent Film & Video Monthly includes articles, interviews and profiles and gives a look at the issues and challenges facing independents. The web site also includes information on membership and other AIVF resources.

• Camera Obscura

http://www.indiana.edu/ iupress

• Filmmag.Com

http://www.filmmag.com/

The magazine of independent film—covers all sorts of timely news and information important to the independent filmmakers, film fan or professional. Also features a searchable database of all past issues, each day’s new issue of Indiewire, message boards and an online subscription option for free daily e-mail delivery.

• Independent Feature Project

http://www.ifp.org info@ifp.org A valuable resource for independent filmmakers and fans both. Offers a calender of screenings and indepenent film festivals, profiles of important independent filmmakers, information on films in production, the Gotham Awards which are presented each year by IFS.

• Jump Cut

http://www.tcf.ua.edu/JumpCut/

jhess@igc.apc.org

Jump Cut is a review of contemporary media and its home page includes a list of the contents of the most recent issue, editorials, contents of previous issues and information on subscriptions.

• Video Project

http://www.videoproject.org/

videoproject@videoproject.org

This is an excellent online resource for videos on environment, energy, appropriate technology, population, activism, human rights. Includes an online catalog and an e-mail alert list.

Foreign Policy

• Alternative Views

http://alternativeviews.home.att.net/

alternativeviews@att.net

Combats media hype and falsehoods with informative articles

Gay & Lesbian

• Act Up !

http://www.actupny.org/

actupny@panix.com

Act Up !—AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power—is a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis. It has also been a major innovator in nonviolent activism over the past decade. This site has information on Act Up chapters, a civil disobedience manual, and other documents.

• The Advocate

http://www.advocate.com/

custserv@advocate.com

The authoritative source for news and information relevant to the gay & lesbian community.

• BLK Homie Pages

http://www.blk.com/

newsroom@blk.com

BLK includes in-depth feature articles, profiles, interviews, analysis, controversy and commentary as well as news from across the nation, the arts, a media watch column. In publication since 1988, BLK has become the black lesbian and gay community’s publication of record.

• Gay and Lesbian Review

http://www.hglc.org/hglc/review.htm

hglr@aol.com

The Gay & Lesbian Review is a forum for discussion and analysis of contemporary gay, lesbian and bisexual ideas and literature.

• Gay Parent Magazine Online

http://www.gayparentmag.com/

gayparentmag@banet.net

Gay Parent is published every two months online and in print.

• The Lesbian and Gay Archives Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists (LAGAR)

http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/lagar/home.htm

susan.edwards@salem.mass.edu

In 1998 LAGAR compiled the "first formal and comprehensive guide to primary source material relating to the history and culture of lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgendered people by repositories in North America." Click on "Lavender Legacies Guide" on the home page. LAGAR is also working to network with small, grassroots, community-based history projects and archives.

• Mountain Pride Media

http://www.mountainpridemedia.org/

mpm@mountainpridemedia.org

Mountain Pride Media exists to develop and strengthen the community of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning vermonters. Publisher of Vermont’s only gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered/questioning newspaper - Out in the Mountains.

• Oasis

http://www.oasismag.com

jeff@oasismag.com

Oasis is the online magazine for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Each monthly online issue includes news and feature stories written by and about queer youth. Also include a directory of Oasis writers.

• Queer Archives by Gayscape

http://www.jwpublishing.com/gayscape/queerarchives.html< br>

Links to lesbian and gay archives around the world. The two lists provided here cover archives in the United States, arranged alphabetically by state and city, and archives around the world.

• Queer Resources Directory

http://www.qrd.org/

submissions@qrd.org

The Queer Resources Directory contains 15516 files about everything queer, including electronic resources & media.

• Rainbow Handbook Hawaii

http://www.RainbowHandbook.com

MrLinkk@aol.com

Gay and lesbian information on Hawaii with clickable maps and pictures.

• Shescape.com

http://www.Shescape.com

Shescape describes itself as "lesbian culture, opionion and events for the wired dyke." The site also includes interviews and links to other lesbian sites on the internet.

Geography

• Antipode http://www.staff.uiuc.edu/ dwilson2/SGantipode.html Antipode, a radical journal on geography, is published by Blackwell. This site includes information on the editorial board and the current issue. Health

• Alberta Free Press

http://www.lis.ab.ca/afp/

Huffman@telusplant.net

Alberta’s independent alternative newspaper

• Center for Science in the Public Interest & Nutrition Action Healthletter

http://www.cspinet.org

acutting@cspinet.org.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest web site includes an online edition of Nutrition Action Healthletter, a special online resource for kids called Chow Club, nutrition quizzes and special reports.

• RACHEL’s Environment and Health Weekly

http://www.rachel.org

erf@rachel.org

A weekly online newsletter published by the Environmental Research Foundation. Environment & Health Background Report is also available on line. Includes all back issues and a search engine.

History

• American Life Histories : Manuscripts from the Federal Writer’s Project, 1936-1940

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/wpaintro/wpahome.html

ndlpcoll@loc.gov

"This site can be an oasis from the disappointing state of contemporay discourse on the Web. The Federal Writers’ Project Life Histories site is a heartening reminder that new media need not rob us of our collective historical memory. This site is one collection among dozens in the Library of congress’s American Memory Project (lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/). The Life Histories collection is largely text-based, but these printed transcriptions are a compelling example of ordinary people speaking across a great chronological divide. The collection represents a large but coherent sample of hundreds of thousands of WPA documents." [Reviewed by Tom Dowe, "Web Politics", In These Times, October 19, 1997, p. 26]. The site can be searched by state or by keyword.

• Association Documentation Edition Liaisons (ADEL)

http://www.citeweb.net/adel

adel@citeweb.net

A.D.E.L is dedicated to the publishing and distribution of works of different left tendencies within the international historical communist movement.

• The Digger Archives

http://www.diggers.org/

enoble@crl.com

The Digger Archives is an ongoing Web project to preserve and present the history of the anarchist guerilla street theater group that challenged the emerging Counterculture of the Sixties and whose actions and ideals inspired a generation. Who were the Diggers ? First read an overview of the group. Then delve into the Archives for the story of the Diggers through primary source materials : broadsides, leaflets, pamphlets, and posters, and other items.

• Free Speech Movement Archive (FSM)

http://www.fsm-a.org/

fsm@straw.com

A web site dedicated to the Free Speech Movement. Includes a great collection of documents, images, links and contributions from FSM veterans and visitors.

• The Lesbian and Gay Archives Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists (LAGAR)

http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/lagar/home.htm

susan.edwards@salem.mass.edu

In 1998 LAGAR compiled the "first formal and comprehensive guide to primary source material relating to the history and culture of lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgendered people by repositories in North America." Click on "Lavender Legacies Guide" on the home page. LAGAR is also working to network with small, grassroots, community-based history projects and archives.

• MLK Directory http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/ This site is a joint project of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and Stanford University’s King Papers Project. It includes documents by and about Martin Luther King Jr. In order to access the documents, you must sign up for a free login and password. • Radical History Review http://chnm.gmu.edu/rhr/ rhr@igc.org Radical History Review ’s web site includes the tables of contents of recent issues, subscription information and advertising rates.

• Si Se Puede ! Cesar Chavez & His Legacy http://latino.sscnet.ucla.edu/research/chavez/ This site contains materials which focus on Cesar Chavez’s nonviolence. It includes an online exhibit, a chronology of his life, quotes from Chavez, a list of his awards and honors, a biography, a bibliography of works on him and a virtual museum which has an online exhibit of UFW buttons, sound clips and video clips. • Situationist International Archives http://www.nothingness.org/SI/ spud@nothingness.org This archive includes articles and essays from the journal Internationale Situationniste in English and French, writings of Guy Debord and Raoul Vaneigem, leaders of the movement, Situationist images and graphics, and various texts. • Summer of Love 30th Anniversary http://www.summeroflove.org/ This site commemorates the Summer of Love 30th Anniversary celebration which took place in San Francisco on Sunday, October 12, 1997. It includes a list of the participants, photos of the event and links to related information. Homelessness • Street Roots Online http://www.portland.quik.com/roots/ streetroots@portland.quik.com Portland, Oregon’s homeless street newspaper. Written and distributed by the homeless community. Housing • Inner City Press http://www.innercitypress.org/ innercity1@aol.com Inner City Press / Community on the Move (ICP) is a non-profit community, consumers ? and civil rights organization headquartered in the South Bronx of New York City, engaged in advocacy , reporting and organizing in the fields of community reinvestment, fair access to credit, insurance and telecommunications, environmental justice, and government and corporate accountability. • Shelterforce http://www.nhi.org/online/sf.html hs@nhi.org A bi-monthly journal, in its twentieth year of publication as a national forum for the affordable housing and community revitalization movement. Articles provide both how-to information and policy review, analysis and direction. • Street Roots Online http://www.portland.quik.com/roots/ streetroots@portland.quik.com Portland, Oregon’s homeless street newspaper. Written and distributed by the homeless community. Human Rights • Alberta Free Press http://www.lis.ab.ca/afp/ Huffman@telusplant.net Alberta’s independent alternative newspaper • Clarity Press http://www.bookmasters.com/clarity/ clarity@islandnet.com Clarity Press was established in Atlanta in 1984 as an independent non-sectarian publisher of quality titles on political, social and minority issues. • Human Rights Watch http://www.hrw.org/ hrwnyc@hrw.org The latest news about human rights posted by independent, nongovernmental, nonpartisan organizations that regularly gather and disseminate information about human rights practices. Includes action alerts, executive summaries, letters, newsletters, and press releases. Humor • Cartoons By Bulbul http://www.bulbul.com/ bulbul@bulbul.com Bulbul is a freelance cartoonist. Her work appears in the labor, feminist, and alternative press. At her web site, you can search her archives by subject or request a sample packet of cartoons. • Disgruntled Housewives www.disgruntledhousewife.com misslohr@ix.netcom.com "This is a true ’zine. It’s also living proof that, via the Web, individuals can establish communities where none existed before. Nikol Lohr’s site not only documents her life and times, it shows how one intelligent, thoughtful, idiosyncratic person can present herself in such a way that she seems truly representative of a whole demographic. Her site’s most popular feature is undoubtedly the "Dick List," an ever-deepening well of testimonials featuring dozens and dozens of anecdotes about men who are jerks." [Tom Dowe, "Web Politics," In These Times, Cotober 19, 1997, p. 25] • The Funny Times http://www.funnytimes.com ft@funnytimes.com If you love Zippy, Sylvia, Feiffer, Dykes to Watch Out For, Stan Mack’s Real Life Funnies, Matt Groening’s Life in Hell, then take a look at the web site of The Funny Times . "It would be hard to find a better compendium of current cartoonists and humor writers for grownups." (Pat Arnow in The Workbook ) The web site includes sample comics, a sample issue, information on subscriptions. • The Inaditch Scoop http://www.inaditch.com/ scoop@inaditch.com Heartfelt and irreverent reflections on God, Satan, life, death, sex, politics and the lives of two computer geeks. • Suck http://www.suck.com Suck provides daily critical but humorous commentaries and cartoons on current events. You can visit the web site or receive an e-mail each day. Internet • Community Networking Movement http://www.scn.org/ip/commnet/ douglas@scn.org This site includes information on how people can develop independent public access computer networks for their communities. It is devoted to educating people about how they can become involved in shaping technology and the media. It contains theoretical as well as practical information. • Electronic Frontiers Foundation http://www.eff.org webmaster@eff.org The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a non-profit civil liberties organization working in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and access to public resources and information in new media. • The Halcyon Cosmopolitan Entertainment http://www.thehalcyon.org/ webmaster@thehalcyon.org Many, many links to all sorts of alternatives on the Internet. Subjects include : environment, health, science, business, sexuality, psychology, religion, art, politics and more. • NewsTrolls http://www.newstrolls.com pastydrone@newstrolls.com NewsTrolls, a news aggregator, is dedicated to the collection and dissemination of news, articles, and opinions on all things Internet. It represents a collective spirit dedicated to the expression of free speech through links, articles and postings. NewsTrolls is also the hub for an on-line community devoted to vociferous debate on social, political, economic, and personal issues. • Peacefire http://www.peacefire.org bennett@peacefire.org Peacefire is a project of the Teen Net Anticensorship Alliance. It tracks blocking software and censorship on the Internet. It provides access to CRADLE, the Cyber Rights and Digital Libraries Encyclopedia and other resources related to Internet censorship. • The Progressive Directory http://www.igc.apc.org/igc/issues.html support@igc.org The WWW home of the IGC Networks and gateway to environmental and progressive resources worldwide through one of IGC’s five networks— PeaceNet, EcoNet, ConflictNet, LaborNet or WomensNet. Includes a searchable subject guide to a wide range of issues on the Internet. • Traversing the Alternative Web http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/ dtsang/ttaw.htm dtsang@uci.edu Dan Tsang’s links to ethnic and alternative Internet resources. • WebActive Directory http://www.webactive.com/ webactive@webactive.com WebActive is a weekly publication designed to offer progressive activists an up-to-date resource on the World Wide Web to find other organizations and individuals with similar values and interests. WebActive is a project of Progressive Networks, the makers of RealAudio and RealVideo. It includes (in addition to lots of video and audio clips) a progressive directory which lists over 1500 sites, broadcasts from Pacifica Radio, regular commentary by Jim Hightower, and more. Investing • Business Ethics http://www.business-ethics.com/ bizethics@aol.com A business publication bent on delivering timely, heard-it-here-first news, commentary, features and management tips to its readers. The only national magazine focused on socially responsible capitalism. Tailored to cover socially responsible investing, business news, trends, and issues. • GreenMoney On-Line Guide http://www.greenmoney.com editor@greenmoney.com This site tries to promote the awareness of socially and environmentally responsible business, investing and consumer resources. The web site includes feature articles, consumer resources and natural products, services for socially responsible businesses, ecotravel, socially responsible investments, mutual funds, banks and credit unions. • GreenMoney On-Line Guide http://www.greenmoney.com editor@greenmoney.com This site tries to promote the awareness of socially and environmentally responsible business, investing and consumer resources. The web site includes feature articles, consumer resources and natural products, services for socially responsible businesses, ecotravel, socially responsible investments, mutual funds, banks and credit unions. • Social Investment Forum http://www.socialinvest.org/ info@socialinvest.org The Social Investment Forum is a national nonprofit membership organization promoting the concept, practice and growth of socially responsible investing. Visit the web site guide to socially responsible investing and get information on socially responsible mutual funds. Islam • Musalman : The Islamic Portal http://www.musalman.com Musalman is designed to help Muslim surfers find Islamic sites of interest, provide a directory with links to excellent sites, making it easy to find information regarding Islam. Journalism • El Andar Magazine http://www.elandar.com info@elandar.com Online archives of El Andar, a bilingual quarterly of Latino politics and culture • Online Journal http://www.onlinejournal.com/ editor@onlinejournal.com Building a new news media. Covers media, politics, government, business, social issues. Labor • Association for Union Democracy http://www.uniondemocracy.com aud@igc.apc.org The Association for Union Democracy (AUD) is a non-profit membership corporation and only national organization dedicated solely to furthering the knowledge and understanding of democratic principles and practices in American labor organizations by research, publications and conferences. AUD also publishes Union Democracy Review • Campaign Against Workplace Bullying http://www.bullybusters.org/ coord@bullybusters.org Work Doctor offers advice, education & support services. Also the HQ for the U.S. Campaign Against Workplace Bullying. Work Doctor services are intended to level the playing field for the underdogs (with respect to power and resources), for the bullied. • Canada Labour News 1998 http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/5202/canada.html Links to current news, urgent action sites, strike information, national and provincial labor news, feature stories, labor statistics, features and cartoons. Great site ! • Carol Simpson Cartoon Page http://www.cartoonwork.com/ carolsim@mcs.com Carol Simpson fires off cartoons aimed at America’s corporate establishment and its wholly owned subsidiary the U.S. Government. You can find their work in labor, alternative and business publications across North America. Now they are on the info highway • Collective Action Notes (CAN) http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/2379/ cansv@igc.apc.org A quarterly publication from Baltimore which documents and discusses different struggles (strikes, occupations, etc.) world-wide. In addition to Struggle Roundup , which carries brief information about strikes and other struggles worldwide grouped by individual countries, CAN also carries more in-depth reports on struggles and social conditions in different parts of the world sent in by various correspondents. Book, pamphlet and Web site reviews are also featured. • Hard Miles Music www.hardmilesmusic.com hardmile@sunsite.unc.edu Hard Miles Music is devoted to restoring folk music and art to their rightful status within the labor movement. It is an independent record label presenting music which springs from the hearts of those who have traveled down life’s highway. The web site includes Real Audio clips of featured artists. • Holt Labor Library http://www.holtlaborlibrary.org/ holtlabor@holtlaborlibrary.org The Holt Labor Library is a labor and radical history library located in San Francisco. The web site contains links to its online catalog, current labor news, labor and left periodicals, other labor libraries, occupational health sites, etc. Each month, the web site also features a new online exhibit. • Huck/Konopacki Labor Cartoons http://www.solidarity.com/hkcartoons/ Huckkono@aol.com "Inciteful graphics for the labor movement". Labor cartoonists Gary Huck and Mike Konopacki have provided a cartoon service to the labor press since 1983. Their cartoons have been exhibited extensively in the US. Check out their latest offerings at their web site. • Industrial Worker http://www.iww.org/ www@iww.org The on-line edition of the monthly newspaper of the Industrial Workers of the World. • Labor Notes http://www.labornotes.org labornotes@labornotes.org Since 1979, Labor Notes has been the voice of union activists who want to "put the movement back in the labor movement" through rank and file democracy. Labor Notes works to bring activists together by publishing a monthly magazine, books, and pamphlets as well as holding schools and conferences. Read the most recent issue online at this web site • Labor Party Press http://www.igc.apc.org/lpa/ Rkasen1@aol.com Current and back issues of Labor Party Press are available on the Labor Party web site. The site also includes links, a list of unions endorsing the Labor Party, a library of documents and local contact information. • Labour/Le Travail http://www.mun.ca/cclh/llt/ cclh@morgan.ucs.mun.ca The official semi-annual publication of the Canadian Committee on Labour History. Although primarily interested in a historical perspective on Canadian workers, the journal is interdisciplinary in scope. • LabourStart http://www.labourstart.org A homepage for labor activists. This page has 7 components : Labour News - updated daily. ; Urgent Action - click on these items and you can actually do something without getting up out of your chair ; Labour Links - a selection of the very top labour websites which will point you to all the others ; Net Guide - links to the most popular, mainstream sites on the Web, including indexes, search engines, news sources and general computer and Internet sites ; the Labour Website of the Week ; Global Labour Radio - links to RealAudio broadcasts from trade union websites. • LRA Online-Labor Research Association http://www.laborresearch.org info@lra-ny.com LRA Online is the website of Labor Research Association. LRA provides labor unions with research, strategy, and communications options, as well as economic and political analysis. The web-site includes excerpts from the most recent issues of Economic Notes and LRA’s other publication, Trade Union Advisor , as well as a list of reports and links to other organizations. • MyBoss.Com : When Winners Work for Losers http://www.myboss.com/ mystory@myboss.com Overworked ? Underpaid ? Stressed out ? Had enough of the team, the mission, company values ? Caught up in downsizing, rightsizing, optimizing ? Read this week’s lastest contributions of Crazy Quotes and Insane Anecdotes. They were submitted by working people from around the world. (New Every Monday) • National Writers Union http://www.nwu.org/ nwu@nwu.org The National Writers Union (UAW/AFL-CIO) is the trade union for freelance writers of all genres. • Solidnet http://www.solidnet.org/ info@solidnet.org The Purpose of Solid Net ( Solidarity Network ) is to inform people about the activities and ideological and political views of various Communist and Workers’ Parties. • Union Communication Services http://www.unionist.com/ Webmaster@unionist.com Communications and education tools for activist union leaders. UCS publishes STEWARD ADVICE, LABOR NEWS and graphics that help progressive union leaders rally their members and build their unions. Latin America • Interhemispheric Resource Center IRC http://www.irc-online.org ircalb@swcp.com The Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC) is a private non-profit research and analysis policy institute located in Albuquerque and Silver City, NM. Founded in 1979, the IRC produces books, policy reports, and periodicals on U.S. foreign policy, global affairs, and U.S.-Mexico borderlands issues. The web site includes full text versions of all IRC publications. Latinos o El Andar Magazine http://www.elandar.com info@elandar.com Online archives of El Andar, a bilingual quarterly of Latino politics and culture o Latinoweb http://www.latinoweb.com/ info@latinoweb.com LatinoWeb is a virtual information center for Latino businesses, non-profit organizations and the community. Its mission is to empower Latinos by providing a gateway on the Internet where private, non-profit and public sectors can exchange information. o Si Se Puede ! Cesar Chavez & His Legacy http://latino.sscnet.ucla.edu/research/chavez/ This site contains materials which focus on Cesar Chavez’s nonviolence. It includes an online exhibit, a chronology of his life, quotes from Chavez, a list of his awards and honors, a biography, a bibliography of works on him and a virtual museum which has an online exhibit of UFW buttons, sound clips and video clips. Law o Berkeley Women’s Law Journal http://www.law.berkeley.edu/journals/bwlj nancy.wright@ucop.edu An innovative, multidisciplinary legal journal that explores racial, cultural and socio-economic issues concerning women and the law. Liberalism o The American Prospect Online http://epn.org/prospect.html prospect@epn.org Subtitled A Journal for the Liberal Imagination and edited by Paul Starr and Robert Kuttner, founded by former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich. The aim of The American Prospect is to contribute to a renewal of America’s democratic traditions by presenting a practical and convincing vision of liberal philosophy, politics, and public life.The home page includes excerpts from the most recent issue of the journal, and an archive of back issues. o Moving Ideas Network http://movingideas.org/ manager@movingideas.org Moving Ideas Network is sponsored by The American Prospect magazine. It has links to all the important liberal Washington-based member organizations (Center for Law and Social Policy, Center for Media Education, Brookings Institution.) and links to affiliates like the Children’s Defense Fund, the Packard Foundation and others. The site can also be searched by subjects such as Economics and Politics, Welfare and Families, Education, Civic Participation, Health Policy, and Media. Also includes a site search feature. Lots of information about traditional liberal approaches and concerns. o The Great Speckled Bird http://thebird.org/ thebird@usa.net The Great Speckled Bird (also known as THE BIRD), is the "underground" liberal newspaper of Atlanta dating from the 1960s. This site links to individual columnists home pages and archived articles. THE BIRD also hosts the drive to establish a formal Liberal Party in the US. Libraries o ALA/Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) http://libr.org/SRRT/ The SRRT web site includes information about what SRRT does and links to task force home pages. o Alternatives in Print Task Force http://www.libr.org/AIP/ rory@libr.org AIP is a group of library professionals that works to promote the acquisition and use of alternative information resources in libraries. AIP is a task force of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association and follows the charge of SRRT to "provide a forum for the discussion of the responsibilities of libraries in relation to the important problems of social change which face institutions and librarians." Its web site includes a list of AIP publications, information on the Eubanks Award and AIP’s new review journal, Counterpoise. o American Library Association (ALA) Feminist Task Force Web Page http://www.libr.org/FTF/ rory@libr.org The Feminist Task Force is part of the Social Responsibilities Roundtable of ALA. It operates a listserv and publishes a newsletter, Women in Libraries. o Holt Labor Library http://www.holtlaborlibrary.org/ holtlabor@holtlaborlibrary.org The Holt Labor Library is a labor and radical history library located in San Francisco. The web site contains links to its online catalog, current labor news, labor and left periodicals, other labor libraries, occupational health sites, etc. Each month, the web site also features a new online exhibit. o The Lesbian and Gay Archives Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists (LAGAR) http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/lagar/home.htm susan.edwards@salem.mass.edu In 1998 LAGAR compiled the "first formal and comprehensive guide to primary source material relating to the history and culture of lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgendered people by repositories in North America." Click on "Lavender Legacies Guide" on the home page. LAGAR is also working to network with small, grassroots, community-based history projects and archives. o Library Juice http://www.libr.org/Juice/ Juice@libr.org Library Juice is a current awareness service for library and information science students, librarians, and other interested folks. It includes announcements, web resources, calls for papers, and news items. Much of the material has a social-responsibilities or intellectual freedom focus. It is published every Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. o Progressive Librarian http://www.libr.org/PL/contents.html rlitwin@earthlink.net Website of the journal "Progressive Librarian". o Progressive Librarians Guild http://www.libr.org/PLG/ webmaster@libr.org Progressive Librarians Guild, an affiliate organization of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association, was formed in January 1990 by a group of librarians concerned with the profession’s rapid drift into dubious alliances with business and the information industry, and into complacent acceptance of service to the political, economic and cultural status quo. The web site includes information on PLG activities, the PLG listserv, membership in PLG and PLG’s journal. o Queer Archives by Gayscape http://www.jwpublishing.com/gayscape/queerarchives.html< br> Links to lesbian and gay archives around the world. The two lists provided here cover archives in the United States, arranged alphabetically by state and city, and archives around the world. o Reference Center for Marxist Studies http://www.cpusa.org/cp-usa/docs/center.html rcms@cpusa.org A unique research library, reference service and documentation center open to anyone with a serious interest in labor, the Left, social movements, poitical activism, the Communist Party USA, etc. Accepts e-mail reference inquiries, telephone requests and questions sent by mail. Lifestyle o Communities : Journal of cooperative living http://fic.ic.org/cmag/ communities@ic.org Communities is part of the "Intentional Communities" web site. The site has a list of intentional communities, e-mail groups, a calendar of events, resources, chat room. You will also find the contents of the current issue of Communities, subscription and submission information. o Empowerment Resources for Personal Growth, Social Change, and Ecology http://www.empowermentresources.com empower@waonline.com Includes personal, cultural, political resources, lots of information on ecology/green resources. o National NORML Home Page http://www.norml.org Online information from the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. o PeaceWork http://www.afsc.org/peacework/default.htm pwork@igc.org Online edition of PeaceWork. Peacework is a monthly journal published since 1972 by the New England Regional Office of the AFSC. Originally it covered resistance to military conscription and war tax resistance, but it branched out to coverage of other issues, from nuclear power to the freedom movement, from disarmament to economic justice, from simple living to community organizing. o Urban75 http://www.urban75.com/ urban75 is one of the UK’s busiest independent sites featuring direct action, rave, drug info, stories, photos, rants and more. In its "Action" section, urban75 has the latest news from actions, demos and events, along with background features and campaigning resources. o Whole Earth Review http://www.wholeearthmag.com/ info@WholeEarthMag.com Whole Earth Review, the quarterly supplement to the Whole Earth Catalog, features articles, surveys and reviews reflecting the endeavors of an extraordinary worldwide community. Literature o Canadian Poetry Association http://www.mirror.org/cpa/ writers@sympatico.ca The main aims of the Canadian Poetry Association are : To promote the reading, writing, publishing and preservation of poetry in Canada through the individual efforts of members ; to promote communication among poets, publishers and the general public ; to encourage leadership and participation from members. o Celebration of Women Writers http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/ mmbt@cs.cmu.edu A list of women writers and on-line works and links to biographical information pages about women writers. o El Andar Magazine http://www.elandar.com info@elandar.com Online archives of El Andar, a bilingual quarterly of Latino politics and culture o Gay and Lesbian Review http://www.hglc.org/hglc/review.htm hglr@aol.com The Gay & Lesbian Review is a forum for discussion and analysis of contemporary gay, lesbian and bisexual ideas and literature. o Mindfield Publications http://www.dnai.com/ mindfld/ mindfld@dnai.com Mindfield Publications is dedicated to publishing new, progressive literature. Its home page features excerpts from its first title, Illegals by J. P. Bone. Mindfield Magazine, an online magazine, combines social satire with short stories, poetry and political analysis. Marxism o Communist Party USA http://www.cpusa.org/ o Holt Labor Library http://www.holtlaborlibrary.org/ holtlabor@holtlaborlibrary.org The Holt Labor Library is a labor and radical history library located in San Francisco. The web site contains links to its online catalog, current labor news, labor and left periodicals, other labor libraries, occupational health sites, etc. Each month, the web site also features a new online exhibit. o News & Letters http://www.newsandletters.org/ nandi@igc.org Selected writings from News & Letters, the newspaper of the News and Letters Committees. News and Letters Committees is an organization of Marxist-Humanists that stands for the abolition of capitalism, both in its private property form as in the U.S., and its state property form, as it has historically appeared in state-capitalist regimes calling themselves Communist as in Russia and China. o Rethinking Marxism http://www.nd.edu/ remarx/ Remarx.1@nd.edu The aim of "Rethinking Marxism" is to stimulate interest in and debate over the explanatory power and social consequences of Marxian economic, cultural, and social analysis. It publishes studies that seek to discuss, elaborate, and/or extend Marxian theory. Its concerns include theoretical and philosophical (methodological and epistemological) matters as well as more concrete empirical analyses ? all work that leads to the further development of distinctively Marxian discourses. It encourages contributions from people in many disciplines and from a wide range of perspectives. It is also interested in expanding the diversity of styles for producing and presenting Marxian discourses. o Solidnet http://www.solidnet.org/ info@solidnet.org The Purpose of Solid Net ( Solidarity Network ) is to inform people about the activities and ideological and political views of various Communist and Workers’ Parties. o Tidsskriftcentret.dk : Progressive Online Library http://www.tidsskriftcentret.dk/ lund.info@tidsskrfitcentret.dk Online library with Scandinavian and international alternative/progressive journals with homepages and websites. The website also features international progressive resources. In Danish. Media o Alliance for Community Media http://www.alliancecm.org/ acm@alliancecm.org The Alliance for Community Media is committed to assuring everyone’s access to electronic media. The Alliance accomplishes this by creating public education, advancing a positive legislative and regulatory environment, building coalitions, and supporting local organizing. A nonprofit, national membership organization founded in 1976, the Alliance represents the interests of over 1,000 public, educational and governmental access organizations (generally known as "public access) and public access internet centers throughout the country. o Alternative Views http://alternativeviews.home.att.net/ alternativeviews@att.net Combats media hype and falsehoods with informative articles o American Newspeak http://www.scn.org/news/newspeak/ wgrytt@blarg.net A satirical news journal celebrating the Orwellian face of the 1990’s with cutting edge advances in the art of doublethink carefully scavenged from the back pages of our finer newspapers. Each weekly internet edition includes stories of the week—the top five Newspeak stories of the last week. A new batch every Monday. Ignored news items from the past month. The Top Twenty. The stories that have rated above a "9" on the Doublespeak Index for 1996. A great site. o FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting) http://www.fair.org/ fair@fair.org Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) is the national media watch group that offers criticism of media bias and censorship. FAIR seeks to invigorate the First Amendment by advocating for greater diversity in the press. o Online Journal http://www.onlinejournal.com/ editor@onlinejournal.com Building a new news media. Covers media, politics, government, business, social issues. o Pacifica Radio http://www.pacifica.org/ pnn@pacifica.org The site includes live broadcasts via real audio, an image gallery, a list of Pacifica stations, the Pacifica archives, a guest book and search engine and links to other resources. o Radio Tower http://www.radiotower.com/ profit@radiotower.com Internet radio stations online. Streaming live audio from web radio stations around the world.Browse by name/country/category or search. Makes it easy to find, and listen to, online radio stations from around the world. o Subversity http://falco.kuci.uci.edu/ dtsang/subversity/ subversity@kuci.org Subversity is a progressive public affairs radio program broacasting every Tuesday evening from 5-6 PM on KUCI 88.9 FM from the campus of the University of California Irvine. You can listen to some of the programs at this web site and browse the archive of Subversity press releases. o Utne Reader http://www.utne.com/ webkeeper@utne.com The on-line publication of Utne Reader . Includes special features and regular columns. Middle East o Instutite for Palestine Studies/Journal of Palestine Studies http://www.ipsjps.org/ ips@cais.com IPS is an independent nonprofit research and publication center, not affiliated with any political organization or government. It publishes journals and books. The web site includes information on IPS and its publications. o Middle East Report http://www.merip.org merip@igc.apc.org o Palestine-Israel Journal http://www.pij.org/ webmaster@pij.org The PALESTINE-ISRAEL Journal is a joint publication founded in 1994 by two journalists, Victor Cygielman and Ziad Abu Zayyad. It is the first and only quarterly produced and run by both Palestinians and Israelis. It provides a platform for dialogue and promotes the current peace process as the best means to create a just and lasting peace between Palestinians and Israelis. The purpose of the Journal is to shed light on and analyze critically, without censorship or taboos, the outstanding issues of the conflict. As an independent Journal, it provides information for intellectuals, students, opinion and policy-makers, and those generally interested in the evolution of the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations of the conflict. o Salam Review http://www.salam.org bcome@salam.org Salam Review is a monthly magazine about the struggle for peace and justice in the Middle East. The web site includes feature news stories, a lik of the month, calendar of events and other resources. o Washington Report on Middle East Affairs http://www.washington-report.org info@washington-report.org Military o Center for Defense Information & Defense Monitor http://www.cdi.org/ info@cdi.org Founded in 1972 as an independent monitor of the military, the Center for Defense Information is a private, nongovernmental, research organization. CDI seeks realistic and cost effective military spending without excess expenditures for weapons and policies that increase the danger of war. The CDI web site includes an arms trade database, facts and figures about defense spending, and information on CDI projects and products. Music o Hard Miles Music www.hardmilesmusic.com hardmile@sunsite.unc.edu Hard Miles Music is devoted to restoring folk music and art to their rightful status within the labor movement. It is an independent record label presenting music which springs from the hearts of those who have traveled down life’s highway. The web site includes Real Audio clips of featured artists. Native American o Abya Yala Net http://abyayala.nativeweb.org/ saiic@nativeweb.org Abya Yala Net is a project of the South and Meso American Indian Rights Center and NativeWeb. It presents information on Indigenous peoples in Mexico, Central America and South America. It can be searched by region, by people, by subject, by organization, by declaration. o Index of Native American Resources on the Internet http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/ www@hanksville.org A comprehensive list of Native American cultural, historical, social resources on the Internet. o Native American Links http://www.nativeculture.com/lisamitten/indians.html lmitten@vms.cis.pitt.edu Includes links to Indian Nation homepages, Native organizations and businesses, Native journals and newspapers, festivals, tribal colleges, and links to Indian-oriented home pages. o Native Americas http://nativeamericas.aip.cornell.edu/ jeb23@cornell.edu The quarterly publication of Akwe :kon Press of the American Indian Program at Cornell University. The web site includes subscription information, tables of contents for current issues, a list of Akwe :kon Press publications, links to other Native American sites and information on the American Indian Program at Cornell. o Wotanging Ikche : Native American News http://www.nanews.org/index2.shtml webmaster@nanews.org This Native American newsletter is distributed by Gary Night Owl. You will find the latest copy of Wotanging Ikche, along with a complete archive of all back issues. This newsletter is a tremendous resource to the Native community and it’s packed with information. New Age Politics o New Frontier http://www.newfrontier.com newfrontier@a-o.com The magazine of transformation. Web site includes current issue, back issues and a chat room. News o 4th Street Review http://www.4thstreetrevue.com/ tritchie@sd.cybernex.net Siouxland’s Alternative Voice features music, entertainment and arts plus the region’s best calendar of events. o Alternet http://www.alternet.org/ khayes@alternet.org Alternet is an independent news and information service and a project of the Independent Media Institute. AlterNet features stories from alternative newsweeklies, magazines and web publications from across the country, resources and national employment listings. You can search the Alternet archives, read the latest news stories or link to other sites. o American Newspeak http://www.scn.org/news/newspeak/ wgrytt@blarg.net A satirical news journal celebrating the Orwellian face of the 1990’s with cutting edge advances in the art of doublethink carefully scavenged from the back pages of our finer newspapers. Each weekly internet edition includes stories of the week—the top five Newspeak stories of the last week. A new batch every Monday. Ignored news items from the past month. The Top Twenty. The stories that have rated above a "9" on the Doublespeak Index for 1996. A great site. o Asheville Global Report http://www.agrnews.org/ bconley@agrnews.org Published weekly online. Covers news underreported by mainstream media, believing that a free exchange of information is necessary to organize for social change. o Baltimore Chronicle http://www.charm.net/ marc/chronicle/ BALTCHRON@aol.com Baltimore’s own alternative newspaper on the web. Published monthly, it includes a calendar, news briefs, editorial, feature articles, links to other resources and a great search tool called Webrider. o Canada Labour News 1998 http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/5202/canada.html Links to current news, urgent action sites, strike information, national and provincial labor news, feature stories, labor statistics, features and cartoons. Great site ! o Change-Links : Progressive Newspaper and Calendar http://www.labridge.com/change-links/ change@pacbell.net Published monthly as a print newspaper and online in Los Angeles. Includes a calendar, advertisements, hotline information and features articles. o Collective Action Notes (CAN) http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/2379/ cansv@igc.apc.org A quarterly publication from Baltimore which documents and discusses different struggles (strikes, occupations, etc.) world-wide. In addition to Struggle Roundup , which carries brief information about strikes and other struggles worldwide grouped by individual countries, CAN also carries more in-depth reports on struggles and social conditions in different parts of the world sent in by various correspondents. Book, pamphlet and Web site reviews are also featured. o Echo http://www.echonyc.com info@echonyc.com The ’virtual salon’ of New York City, Echo includes information on conferences and events, New-York based on-line magazines, links to services and resources. o Flipside http://www.flipside.org/ winter@uwindsor.ca Flipside is an independent, alternative on-line weekly from Canada o Gemini News Service http://www.oneworld.org/gemini/ gemini@gn.apc.org Includes world news items, grouped by month. Older news is archived and can also be viewed. o The Great Speckled Bird http://thebird.org/ thebird@usa.net The Great Speckled Bird (also known as THE BIRD), is the "underground" liberal newspaper of Atlanta dating from the 1960s. This site links to individual columnists home pages and archived articles. THE BIRD also hosts the drive to establish a formal Liberal Party in the US. o Green Left Weekly http://www.greenleft.org.au glw@greenleft.org.au Green Left Weekly is an independent voice committed to human and civil rights, global peace and environmental sustainability, democracy and equality. By printing the news and ideas the mainstream media won’t, Green Left Weekly exposes the lies and distortions of the power brokers and helps us to better understand the world around us. Green Left Weekly, launched in 1990 by the Democratic Socialist Party, the socialist youth group Resistance and other progressive activists to present the views excluded by the big business media, is now Australia’s leading source of local, national and international news, analysis, and discussion and debate to strengthen the anti-capitalist movements. o Hyde Park Media http://www.hydeparkmedia.com/ debartolo@hydeparkmedia.com Hyde Park Media has been syndicating investigative reports, spot news coverage and feature stories domestically and internationally since 1984. o In These Times : Independent News and Views http://www.inthesetimes.com itt@inthesetimes.com The online version of ITT includes full text versions of current articles, subscription information and links to sites mentioned in the issue. o International Viewpoint http://www.internationalen.se/sp/ivp.htm International_Viewpoint@compuserve.com Founded by Ernest Mandel, International Viewpoint is an international news and analysis magazine. Published online monthly. The web site also includes book reviews, archives of articles from previous issues, links to other sites. o Iviews http://www.iviews.com fkhatib@iviews.com iViews is an Internet news publication which focuses on timely news reporting and insightful analysis and commentary on issues of importance to Muslims. o Le Monde Diplomatique http://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/ dispatch@Monde-diplomatique.fr o Infoshop.org http://www.infoshop.org/ http://www.infoshop.org/ Anarchist, activist and alternative news on the web. Daily postings of news stories of interest to anarchists. You can also look for news by country and region. o Mother Jones Interactive/MoJoWire http://www.motherjones.com webmaster@motherjones.com The on-line edition of Mother Jones magazine. It includes news, feature articles and subscription information. o The Nation Digital Edition http://www.thenation.com webmanager@thenation.com The digital edition of The Nation is published weekly and includes some of the same features as the print version as well as audio feeds, news briefs, etc. New material is added each Thursday. o New California Media http://www.ncmonline.com pacificnews@pacificnews.org New California Media is a collaboration between Pacific News Service and journalists representing 50 ethnic, print, electronic and TV outlets. Its services include a weekly TV talk show, an ethnic media digest column and this web site. o News & Letters http://www.newsandletters.org/ nandi@igc.org Selected writings from News & Letters, the newspaper of the News and Letters Committees. News and Letters Committees is an organization of Marxist-Humanists that stands for the abolition of capitalism, both in its private property form as in the U.S., and its state property form, as it has historically appeared in state-capitalist regimes calling themselves Communist as in Russia and China. o NewsTrolls http://www.newstrolls.com pastydrone@newstrolls.com NewsTrolls, a news aggregator, is dedicated to the collection and dissemination of news, articles, and opinions on all things Internet. It represents a collective spirit dedicated to the expression of free speech through links, articles and postings. NewsTrolls is also the hub for an on-line community devoted to vociferous debate on social, political, economic, and personal issues. o Off Our Backs http://www.igc.org/oob/ Offourbacks@cs.com off our backs is a radical feminist newsjournal. On its web page you can check out recent tables of contents, find women’s festivals and conferences, get information on submitting articles and subscribing. o Op Ed News.com http://www.opednews.com/ A useful, informative, entertaining, cutting edge source of News and opinion with a tough, left-of-center edge. o Pacific News Service http://www.pacificnews.org/ pacificnews@pacificnews.org PNS was founded in 1970 and is an international association of writers, journalists, scholars and young people who bring new voices and perspectives to their news coverage. The web site includes links to PNS publications, links to other sites, o Project Censored http://www.projectcensored.org/ project.censored@sonoma.edu The primary objective of Project Censored is to explore and publicize the texten of censorship in society by locating stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not. Each spring a national panel of media experts selects the top ten under-reported stories of the year. You can browse stories from 1989 through 1996 online. o The Russia Journal http://www.russiajournal.com/ sdg66@hotmail.com Russia’s English language newspaper published every Monday in Moscow. Very interesting, but not very alternative. o Second Revolution http://www.thesecondrevolution.com/ thesecondrevolution@mail.com News and views on the Patriot Act, the media, activitsm, etc. o theSpleen http://www.thespleen.com/ adam@thespleen.com theSpleen is a weekly rupture of news, politics, and culture, featuring irreverent writers from around the world. o This Magazine http://www.thismag.org/ thismag@web.net Canada’s alternative for politics and culture. This Magazine has been bringing Canadians radical news and perspectives since 1966. o Toward Freedom Online http://www.towardfreedom.com/ info@towardfreedom.com The mission of Toward Freedom is to publish an international news, analysis and advocacy journal. Browse the current issue and back issues through 1996 at the web site. o Unbiased News http://iresist.com/nbn/index2.html nbn@iresist.com From the Christian Common Law Institute. A Christian view of the news. o World New York http://www.worldnewyork.org news@worldnewyork.com World New York picks the best daily bits from the best digital publications. The quotes and extracts are the main point of this site, rather than the links. The extracts often can stand alone from the story they are drawn from, and often should ; the links are often not nearly as good as the extracted lines. o WWW News Resource Page http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/ dtsang/netnews1.htm A quick & easy reference to news resources on the Web. Includes links to current "hot" topics, information on the Communications Decency Act, alternative resources, right-wing news sources, ethnic news sources and selected mainstream news sources. Nonviolence o M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence http://www.gandhiinstitute.org questions@gandhiinstitute.org Homepage of the Memphis-based M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, founded by Gandhi’s grandson. Includes a small photo library, links to other nonviolence internet resources, information on the Institute, and information on Gandhi, including quotations from Gandhi, indexed by subject. o Nonviolence Today http://uq.net.au/ zzdkeena/NvT/ d.keenan@uq.net.au Nonviolence Today is Australia’s more theoretical version of the Nonviolent Activist. This bimonthly focuses on expanding the understanding of nonviolence as a political philosophy and includes debates on various issues. The web site includes the current and recent back issues. o Nonviolence.org http://www.nonviolence.org/ nvweb@nonviolence.org The major source for information on nonviolence on the Internet. o Peace Brigades International http://www.igc.apc.org/pbi/index.html pbiio@gn.apc.org This site provides an introduction to PBI’s global nonviolent peacekeeping. PBI accompanies individuals and organizations who have been threatened by political violence. This site features action alerts on human rights violations, addresses of local support groups and archives of PBI’s reports from trouble spots. Accessible in Spanish, French, Dutch, English and other languages. o Peace News for Nonviolent Revolution http://www.peacenews.info editorial@peacenews.info Peace News is the oldest pacifist publication in the UK. The web site provides online versions of the most recent issues, an index of articles in the current issue, information on the editorial objectives, how to subscribe. o PeaceWork http://www.afsc.org/peacework/default.htm pwork@igc.org Online edition of PeaceWork. Peacework is a monthly journal published since 1972 by the New England Regional Office of the AFSC. Originally it covered resistance to military conscription and war tax resistance, but it branched out to coverage of other issues, from nuclear power to the freedom movement, from disarmament to economic justice, from simple living to community organizing. o War Resisters League http://www.warresisters.org/ wrl@igc.org WRL affirms that all war is a crime against humanity. The WRL web site includes information about WRL, its philosophy and politics, programs, history, statement of purpose. Also includes "Nonviolent Activist Online," links to the text of back issues and the current issue. Peace o The Atrium Society http://www.atriumsoc.org/ atrium@sover.net The Atrium Society is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, nonpolitical organization committed to peace education around the world. Its web site includes information on education for peace, martial arts for peace, the Atrium Bookstore, and related links. o Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) http://www.forusa.org/ for@forusa.org FOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace and justice. The web site includes a history of FOR, its annual report, information on how to get involved, a calendar of events, FOR’s magazine "Fellowship", updates on FOR campaigns. o Metaphoria http://www.metaphoria.org jozef@metaphoria.org Metaphoria is a newsletter for parents, students, teachers, educators, professionals, doctors, dentists, lawyers and other professionals and the working person, especially for those who think non-traditionally. o Peace Brigades International http://www.igc.apc.org/pbi/index.html pbiio@gn.apc.org This site provides an introduction to PBI’s global nonviolent peacekeeping. PBI accompanies individuals and organizations who have been threatened by political violence. This site features action alerts on human rights violations, addresses of local support groups and archives of PBI’s reports from trouble spots. Accessible in Spanish, French, Dutch, English and other languages. o Peace News for Nonviolent Revolution http://www.peacenews.info/ editorial@peacenews.info Peace News is the oldest pacifist publication in the UK. The web site provides online versions of the most recent issues, an index of articles in the current issue, information on the editorial objectives, how to subscribe. o Project Ploughshares http://www.ploughshares.ca/ plough@ploughshares.ca Project Ploughshares promotes disarmament and demilitarization, the peaceful resolution of political conflict, and the pursuit of security based on equity, justice, and a sustainable environment. o Vietnam Veterans Against the War http://www.prairienet.org/vvaw Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Inc. (VVAW) is a national veterans’ organization \founded in New York City in 1967 after six Vietnam vets marched together in a peace demonstration. It was organized to voice the growing opposition among returning servicemen and women to the still-raging war in Indochina, and grew rapidly to a membership of over 30,000 throughout the United States as well as active duty GIs stationed in Vietnam. Through ongoing actions and grassroots organization, VVAW exposed the ugly truth about US involvement in Southeast Asia and its experiences helped many other Americans to see the unjust nature of that war. o War Resisters League http://www.warresisters.org/ wrl@igc.org WRL affirms that all war is a crime against humanity. The WRL web site includes information about WRL, its philosophy and politics, programs, history, statement of purpose. Also includes "Nonviolent Activist Online," links to the text of back issues and the current issue. o Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) http://www.wilpf.org wilpf@wilpf.org The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom was founded in 1915 during World War I, with Jane Addams as its first president. WILPF works to acheive through peaceful means world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, an end to all forms of violence, and to establish those political, social, and psychological conditions which can assure peace, freedom, and justice for all. o WOW Zone - Wish Only Well http://www.wowzone.com carmen@wowzone.com A website for positive thinking. Philanthropy o National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy http://www.ncrp.org/ web@ncrp.org NCRP’s mission is to make philanthropy more responsive to people with the least wealth and opportunity, more relevant to critical public needs, and more open and accountable to all, in order to create a more just and democratic society. NCRP publishes the quarterly journal, Responsive Philanthropy. Philosophy o Metaphoria http://www.metaphoria.org jozef@metaphoria.org Metaphoria is a newsletter for parents, students, teachers, educators, professionals, doctors, dentists, lawyers and other professionals and the working person, especially for those who think non-traditionally. o Online Noetic Network http://www.wisdomtalk.org ONNJoel@wisdomtalk.org Online Noetic Network (ONN) is a community exchanging email with well-known writers and speakers about topics of depth. ONN puts members in touch with the experts they hear. ONN establishes an online dialog about living consciously and building a world based on consciousness, connection, compassion, purpose, and wisdom. ONN speaks through two email publications, ONN-Wisdom and ONN-News. ONN is affiliated with the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). o Radical Philosophy http://www.ukc.ac.uk/secl/philosophy/rp/ Radical Philosophy is a journal of feminist and socialist philosophy, founded in 1972. o A Rational Life : A Discussion of the Peculiar Consequences of Individuals Living in Groups http://perspicuity.net/ratlife.html leonf@perspicuity.net A collection of links and essays on issues facing the individual in modern society. Emphasis is on social dilemmas, political philosophy, behavior, common sense. o Rethinking Marxism http://www.nd.edu/ remarx/ Remarx.1@nd.edu The aim of "Rethinking Marxism" is to stimulate interest in and debate over the explanatory power and social consequences of Marxian economic, cultural, and social analysis. It publishes studies that seek to discuss, elaborate, and/or extend Marxian theory. Its concerns include theoretical and philosophical (methodological and epistemological) matters as well as more concrete empirical analyses ? all work that leads to the further development of distinctively Marxian discourses. It encourages contributions from people in many disciplines and from a wide range of perspectives. It is also interested in expanding the diversity of styles for producing and presenting Marxian discourses. o Social Semiotics http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/ birchd@deakin.edu.au Includes information on the purpose and history of the journal, Social Semiotics, the editorial board, contents of recent issues, and ordering information. o Spoon Collective http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/ spoons Spoons@lists.village.virginia.edu The Spoon Collective is a group of Net citizens devoted to free and open discussion of philosophical issues. Spoon mailing lists cover individual philosophers such as Baudrillard, Habermas, and Foucault as well as subjects like the Avant-Garde, Marxism, Ontology and Third World Women. o Utopian Philosophy http://www.erols.com/jonwill/ jonwill@erols.com This web site consists of a modern day trilogy on the possibility of Humanity reaching Utopia, and is an attempt to help popularize Utopia as a philosophy. It includes three online books outlining utopian philosophy Politics o Against the Current http://www.labornet.org/solidarity/indexATC.html solidarity@igc.org A bi-monthly analytical journal which includes broad discussion and in-depth analysis of a wide variety of issues among the Left. o Alternative Views http://alternativeviews.home.att.net/ alternativeviews@att.net Combats media hype and falsehoods with informative articles o The American Prospect Online http://epn.org/prospect.html prospect@epn.org Subtitled A Journal for the Liberal Imagination and edited by Paul Starr and Robert Kuttner, founded by former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich. The aim of The American Prospect is to contribute to a renewal of America’s democratic traditions by presenting a practical and convincing vision of liberal philosophy, politics, and public life.The home page includes excerpts from the most recent issue of the journal, and an archive of back issues. o Azad Reading Room http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/9864/ azadreadingroom@yahoo.com The Azad Reading Room (ARR) is a Hyderabad, India-based resource centre for grassroots activists and researchers in voluntary action. It combines a library, documentation centre, publishing house, and bookshop. o Bad Subjects : Political education for everyday life http://english-www.hss.cmu.edu/bs/ bad@uclink.berkeley.edu This collaborative web ’zine aims to revitalize a progressive politics in retreat by encouraging people to think about the political dimensions of everyday life. Online since 1994, each issue is thematically organized around a topic. You can also join the Bad Subjects discussion list, a space for readers to comment on progressive issues, and some interesting links. o Baltimore Green Party http://www.baltimoregreens.org o Boston Rev http://bostonreview.mit.edu/ howard@mit.edu A bimonthly magazine of cultureandpolitics with a broadly progressive outlook. Featuringarticleson political issues, economics, and literature, as well as book reviews and original fiction and poetry. o Capitalism, Nature, Socialism : A Journal of Socialist Ecology http://www.cruzio.com/ cns/ cns@cats.ucsc.edu CNSisaninternational journal of theory and politics which combines the themes of history and nature, workplace, labor, and class struggle and land. Published in print four times/year. The web site includes information on subscribing, table of contents for the current issue, information on other published and links to teaching resources in political ecology.

o Center for the American Woman and Politics http://www-rci.rutgers.edu/ cawp/ cawp@rci.rutgers.edu A university-based research, education and public service center with extensive links to mainstream resources for women (Other Resources). o Chartist Magazine http://www.chartist.org.uk/ editor@chartist.org.uk Chartist is a bimonthly journal of political features and analysis covering mostly UK politics but also international issues and special political areas. o Dig-Factory.Com http://www.dig-factory.com EarthPillow@aol.com Dig-Factory offers a forum for thinking brains and feeling hearts—art galleries, poetry, photography, children/teen art. o Dissent http://www.dissentmagazine.org dissent@igc.apc.org Dissent is a quarterly magazine of politics and culture. Each issue features reflective articles about politics in the U.S., incisive social and cultural commentary, plus coverage of European politics. o El Andar Magazine http://www.elandar.com info@elandar.com Online archives of El Andar, a bilingual quarterly of Latino politics and culture o Moving Ideas Network http://movingideas.org/ manager@movingideas.org Moving Ideas Network is sponsored by The American Prospect magazine. It has links to all the important liberal Washington-based member organizations (Center for Law and Social Policy, Center for Media Education, Brookings Institution.) and links to affiliates like the Children’s Defense Fund, the Packard Foundation and others. The site can also be searched by subjects such as Economics and Politics, Welfare and Families, Education, Civic Participation, Health Policy, and Media. Also includes a site search feature. Lots of information about traditional liberal approaches and concerns. o Green Left Weekly http://www.greenleft.org.au glw@greenleft.org.au Green Left Weekly is an independent voice committed to human and civil rights, global peace and environmental sustainability, democracy and equality. By printing the news and ideas the mainstream media won’t, Green Left Weekly exposes the lies and distortions of the power brokers and helps us to better understand the world around us. Green Left Weekly, launched in 1990 by the Democratic Socialist Party, the socialist youth group Resistance and other progressive activists to present the views excluded by the big business media, is now Australia’s leading source of local, national and international news, analysis, and discussion and debate to strengthen the anti-capitalist movements. o Inache http://www.inache.net/ editor@inache.net A Russian alternative magazine (in Russian). o Kleintje Muurkrant http://www.stelling.nl/kleintje/ kleintje@stelling.nl An alternative monthly journal—in the Dutch language—with a focus on political and cultural developments. Articles on issues as varied as : New Age and bogus science, nationalism, ecology and environment, organized crime, parapolitics, security and intelligence services, religions fundamentalism and cults. Apart from articles, there are also book reviews. o Left Business Observer http://www.panix.com/ dhenwood/LBO_home.html dhenwood@panix.com LBO is a newsletter on economics and politics. This site collects some sample articles, background information, and a list of back issues. o LM http://www.informinc.co.uk webmaster@www.informinc.co.uk This excellent online journal based in Britain is aimed at a human-centered politics. Includes the current issue, reviews, debates, a chat feature. Also includes a weekly on-line chat and issues back to 1992. Contains challenging news articles and excellent art criticism. o Metaphoria http://www.metaphoria.org jozef@metaphoria.org Metaphoria is a newsletter for parents, students, teachers, educators, professionals, doctors, dentists, lawyers and other professionals and the working person, especially for those who think non-traditionally. o Monthly Review http://www.monthlyreview.org mreview@igc.apc.org Includes a list of contents of the current issue of Monthly Review, full text of some articles, new titles from Monthly Review Press, Cornerstone Books and In Focus Travel Guides. o The Nation Digital Edition http://www.thenation.com webmanager@thenation.com The digital edition of The Nation is published weekly and includes some of the same features as the print version as well as audio feeds, news briefs, etc. New material is added each Thursday. o New Internationalist http://www.oneworld.org/ni/ veroniques@newint.org Includes articles from the current issue, sample regular features, subscription information, previous back issues available on-line, New Internationalist books. o New Party News http://www.newparty.org newparty@newparty.org The New Party is a progressive political party which has focused on local elections at a modest level — school boards, city councils, etc. It sees itself as a progressive third party, starting at the grassroots level. The web site includes information on how to join, on students and youth, a what’s new section, information on chapters, and references. o Online Journal http://www.onlinejournal.com/ editor@onlinejournal.com Building a new news media. Covers media, politics, government, business, social issues. o People for the American Way http://www.pfaw.org pfaw@pfaw.org People For the American Way is committed to building a national community that offers opportunity, respect and hope to all its citizens. o Political Site of the Day http://www.aboutpolitics.com/ padotd@penncen.com A new site is selected each day. Now in its fourth year of reviewing the best political sites on the Internet. o The Progressive http://www.Progressive.org/ scotvee@progressive.org. Online edition of "The Progressive" magazine. Includes feature stories from recent issues and subscription information. o The Progressive Directory http://www.igc.apc.org/igc/issues.html support@igc.org The WWW home of the IGC Networks and gateway to environmental and progressive resources worldwide through one of IGC’s five networks— PeaceNet, EcoNet, ConflictNet, LaborNet or WomensNet. Includes a searchable subject guide to a wide range of issues on the Internet. o Progressive Populist http://www.populist.com reporter@eden.com The Progressive Populist reports from the heartland of America on issues of interest to workers, small business owners and family farmers and ranchers. This World Wide Web site not only features selections from the newsprint edition of the Progressive Populist, but it also gives you another crack at selected articles from back issues as well as texts of populist speeches and essays on populism. o Red Pepper http://www.redpepper.org.uk/ redpepper@redpepper.org.uk Red Pepper is a political and cultural magazine for the Left, published monthly in London. o radikala.com http://www.radikala.com/ lari@etc.se A portal for left/green/movement radicals in Northern Europe. Also in English and Spanish. o Reservoir : The unconventional online magazine http://www.skybusiness.com/terrain/ ResovoirMag25@aol.com o Review of African Political Economy http://www.roape.org/ The Review of African Political Economy is a left journal on Africa examining : the politics of imperialism ; development ; agrarian, popular and democratic struggles ; class, gender and social justice. o Situationist International Archives http://www.nothingness.org/SI/ spud@nothingness.org This archive includes articles and essays from the journal Internationale Situationniste in English and French, writings of Guy Debord and Raoul Vaneigem, leaders of the movement, Situationist images and graphics, and various texts. o Social Criticism Review http://www.socialcritic.org editor@socialcritic.org Includes a selection of links to articles of social criticism on technology, science, multinationals, politics. o Social Policy http://www.socialpolicy.org socpol@igc.apc.org Social Policy is a quarterly magazine about politics, culture and movements. Its focus is multi-issue — it regularly cover movements in environment, feminism, jobs, the budget, community service, racial politics, health, education and more. With a publishing history of 25 years, SOCIAL POLICY offers a progressive alternative to liberalism, and coverage of the movements that work "beneath the radar" of the national media. The web site contains feature articles from the current issue, subscription information. o Solidnet http://www.solidnet.org/ info@solidnet.org The Purpose of Solid Net ( Solidarity Network ) is to inform people about the activities and ideological and political views of various Communist and Workers’ Parties. o theSpleen http://www.thespleen.com/ adam@thespleen.com theSpleen is a weekly rupture of news, politics, and culture, featuring irreverent writers from around the world. o Thesis Eleven http://www.scim.vuw.ac.nz/comms/ThesisEleven/ thesis11@latrobe.edu.au Thesis Eleven publishes theories and theorists, surveys, critiques, debates and interpretations. The journal also brings together articles on place, region, or problems in the world today, encouraging civilizational analysis and work on alternative modernities from fascism and communism to Japan and Southeast Asia. Marxist in origin, postmarxist by necessity, the journal is vitally concerned with change as well as with tradition. o This Magazine http://www.thismag.org/ thismag@web.net Canada’s alternative for politics and culture. This Magazine has been bringing Canadians radical news and perspectives since 1966. o The United http://www.ams.queensu.ca/united dabassboy@yahoo.com The United was founded in 1998 as a progressive independent forum to raise consciousness on international and local political and cultural issues, as well as to encourage and engage discourse within the community. o Urban75 http://www.urban75.com/ urban75 is one of the UK’s busiest independent sites featuring direct action, rave, drug info, stories, photos, rants and more. In its "Action" section, urban75 has the latest news from actions, demos and events, along with background features and campaigning resources. o Utne Reader http://www.utne.com/ webkeeper@utne.com The on-line publication of Utne Reader . Includes special features and regular columns. Prison o Prison Legal News http://www.prisonlegalnews.org/ pln@prisonlegalnews.org The Prison Legal News is a monthly newsletter published and edited by Washington State prisoners Dan Pens and Paul Wright. The PLN has been regularly published since May of 1990. PLN covers prison-related news and analysis from across the country and around the world. Its focus is on prison struggle in all arenas. Prisoners o Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Freedom Journal http://www.mumia.org/ A web site devoted to the political prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal. Includes news, articles, support information. o Journal of Prisoners on Prisons http://www.jpp.org/ jpp@jpp.org A prisoner written, academically oriented journal based on the tradition of PenalPress. Web site includes tables of contents for all issues. Privacy o Alternative Research : Dan Tsang’s Home Page http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/ dtsang/arc.htm dtsang@uci.edu. A not-for-profit project devoted to uncovering and analyzing political surveillance and repression maintained by librarian, Dan Tsang. o Electronic Frontiers Foundation http://www.eff.org webmaster@eff.org The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a non-profit civil liberties organization working in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and access to public resources and information in new media. o The Privacy Page http://www.privacy.org/ pi@privacy.org Links and other privacy-related web resources. Radio o Negative WorldWideWebLand http://www.negativland.com/ mark@negativland.com This site has a great section on intellectual property, copyright and fair use, as well as an online record catalog, audio clips and an online radio program called "Over the Edge." o Radio 4 All http://www.radio4all.org/ radio4al@radio4all.org Links to alternative radio web sites. Religion o Bruderhof Communities http://www.bruderhof.org/ The Bruderhof is a community movement of families and single men and women, living in communities in New York, Pennsylvania, and southern England. They publish and sell books on radical discipleship and the spiritual life, on social themes such as nonviolence and justice, on children and the family, and community. Their periodical, The Plough, carries articles on the urgent issues of the day. o The Catholic Worker Movement http://catholicworker.org/ jallaire@rconnect.com This home page covers a wide range of material, including biographies of the founders of the Catholic Workers Movement, essays by Dorothy Day, list of worker houses. o Dharma Publishing http://www.nyingma.org d-publishing@nyingma.org Founded in 1963, Dharma is one of the first Tibetan Buddist publishing houses outside Tibet. It offers a wide range of Buddhist writings, reproductions of traditional sacred art. It is part of the Nyingma Centers web site, which provides additional information about Buddhist activities and the Tibetan Aid Project. o Freedom from Religion Foundation http://www.ffrf.org fftoday@mailbag.com The Freedom From Religion Foundation is an educational group working for separation of state and church. Its purpose is to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church, and to educate the public on matters relating to nontheistic beliefs. o Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization IFCO http://www.ifconews.org/ ifco@igc.apc.org Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO) is an ecumenical agency whose mission is to help forward the struggles of oppressed people for justice and self-determination. o The Secular Web http://www.atheism.org/ infidel@infidels.org The Secular Web is the product of Internet Infidels, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information over the Internet about the existence of a god, church/state separation, the possibility of life after death, mysticism and the paranormal, and the interface between science and religion. It provides information on these topics by publishing thousands of historical and contemporary articles. Although this information is presented from a nontheist viewpoint, the Secular Web also publishes or links to all known on-line rebuttals. o Sojourners : Faith, Politics and Culture http://www.sojourners.com/ sojourners@sojourners.com Sojourners features cultural critique and review, political analysis and spiritual investigation. o Tikkun http://www.tikkun.org tikkun@ncgate.newcollege.edu Right Wing o The Other Side http://www.theotherside.org/ editors@theotherside.org The Other Side is a nonprofit ministry with no institutional or denominational backing, founded in 1965. For more than three decades, this ministry has been supported by people who believe in the necessity of an alternative Christian voice. o The Public Eye http://www.publiceye.org/ pra@igc.org Political Research Associates is an independent, not-for-profit research center which monitors and analyzes the organizations, leaders, ideas, and activities of the US political right. Russia o CDI Russia Weekly http://www.cdi.org/russia/ djohnson@cdi.org The CDI Russia Weekly is an e-mail newsletter that carries news and analysis on all aspects of today’s Russia, including political, economic, social, military, and foreign policy issues. With funding from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the CDI Russia Weekly is a project of the Washington-based Center for Defense Information (CDI), a nonprofit research and education organization. o The Exile http://www.exile.ru/ exile.editor@matrix.ru An alternative Moscow Engilsh-language alternative newspaper with a web site. Science o Science as Culture http://www.shef.ac.uk/ psysc/rmy/sac.html This web site includes articles under consideration for publication in Science as Culture, articles from back issues of the journal, and other longer pieces from whatever source which are too long for the forum or of interest to its subscribers. o Science Criticism http://nov55.com/index.html Scientist Gary Novak’s criticisms of science on mushrooms, energy, anthrax and other topics. Socialism o Association Documentation Edition Liaisons (ADEL) http://www.citeweb.net/adel adel@citeweb.net A.D.E.L is dedicated to the publishing and distribution of works of different left tendencies within the international historical communist movement. o Capitalism, Nature, Socialism : A Journal of Socialist Ecology http://www.cruzio.com/ cns/ cns@cats.ucsc.edu CNS is an international journal of theory and politics which combines the themes of history and nature, workplace, labor, and class struggle and land. Published in print four times/year. The web site includes information on subscribing, table of contents for the current issue, information on other published and links to teaching resources in political ecology. o Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) http://www.dsausa.org/ dsa@dsausa.org DSA is the largest socialist organization in the United States, and the principal U.S. affiliate of the Socialist International. o Holt Labor Library http://www.holtlaborlibrary.org/ holtlabor@holtlaborlibrary.org The Holt Labor Library is a labor and radical history library located in San Francisco. The web site contains links to its online catalog, current labor news, labor and left periodicals, other labor libraries, occupational health sites, etc. Each month, the web site also features a new online exhibit. o Information for Socialists http://sunsite.unc.edu/spc/ hammer@socialist.org Links to information on socialism in the US, the Socialist Party. o Iniciativa Socialista http://www.inisoc.org/ inisoc@mol.es Iniciativa Socialista is a left review published five times each year in Spanish. It is intended to be a place where dialog can occur. Its web site includes links to articles published in recent issues as well as a statement of purpose. o International Viewpoint http://www.internationalen.se/sp/ivp.htm International_Viewpoint@compuserve.com Founded by Ernest Mandel, International Viewpoint is an international news and analysis magazine. Published online monthly. The web site also includes book reviews, archives of articles from previous issues, links to other sites. o Jay’s Leftist and "Progressive" Internet Resources Directory http://www.neravt.com/left/ pieinsky@igc.apc.org An excellent directory maintained by Jay Moore. Updated frequently and featuring a "leftist site of the week," daily news links, essays/articles, in addition to hundreds of links. o New Politics http://www.wpunj.edu/ newpol/default.htm newpol@igc.org New Politics is an independent socialist forum for dialogue and debate on the Left. The web site includes selected articles, indexes to back issues, subscription information and more. o Reference Center for Marxist Studies http://www.cpusa.org/cp-usa/docs/center.html rcms@cpusa.org A unique research library, reference service and documentation center open to anyone with a serious interest in labor, the Left, social movements, poitical activism, the Communist Party USA, etc. Accepts e-mail reference inquiries, telephone requests and questions sent by mail. o Socialists/Communists Around the World http://www.luna.nl/ benne/politics/socialists.html benne@luna.nl Links to parties and youth organizations, listed by political affiliations. o Tidsskriftcentret.dk : Progressive Online Library http://www.tidsskriftcentret.dk/ lund.info@tidsskrfitcentret.dk Online library with Scandinavian and international alternative/progressive journals with homepages and websites. The website also features international progressive resources. In Danish. Students o Campus Ativism http://www.campusactivism.org This website is about the progressive student and youth movement in the US and Canada. Users can share contacts, event information, ideas and resources. Surveillance o Alternative Research : Dan Tsang’s Home Page http://sun3.lib.uci.edu/ dtsang/arc.htm dtsang@uci.edu. A not-for-profit project devoted to uncovering and analyzing political surveillance and repression maintained by librarian, Dan Tsang. o Covert Action Quarterly http://mediafilter.org/caq/ A journal of investigative journalism, for investigative reporters, activists, scholars, intelligence buffs, news junkies, and anyone who wants to know the news and analysis behind the soundbites and headlines. Women’s Studies o Atlantis http://www.msvu.ca/atlantis/ atlantis@msvu.ca Atlantis is a women’s studies journal, published biannually. This home page includes information about the history of the journal, its current focus, a list of indexes which cover it, images of the covers of the current volume with excerpts from each introduction and a list of contents. Also includes information on how to submit articles, how to advertise and how to subscribe. o Australian Feminist Studies http://www.carfax.co.uk/afs-ad.htm enquiries@carfax.co.uk Articles from throughout the world which contribute to current developments in Women’s Studies and feminist research. o Indiana University Press : Contents http://www.indiana.edu/ iupress/journals journals@indiana.edu Includes table of contents for current issues of Camera Obscure, Hypatia, and the Journal of Women’s History o Women’s Resources Project http://metalab.unc.edu/cheryb/women/wshome.html cheryb@sunsite.unc.edu Links to women’s studies resources and other women’s resources on the Internet. Youth o Brave Girls and Strong Women Bookstore http://members.aol.com/brvgirls/ jyotsna64@aol.com This bookstore (working in association with Amazon.com) allows you to browse and purchase 40 empowering books for young people (ages 2-17) from small publishers dedicated to creating a world of equality. Most of these titles are hard to find in bookstores and libraries. Also includes interviews with authors. o Oasis http://www.oasismag.com jeff@oasismag.com Oasis is the online magazine for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Each monthly online issue includes news and feature stories written by and about queer youth. Also include a directory of Oasis writers. o Youth Outlook (YO) http://www.youthoutlook.org yo@pacificnews.org Zapatistas o Zapatista Net of Autonomy & Liberation http://www.actlab.utexas.edu/ zapatistas/index.html "There is an almost total dearth of fresh, functioning ’zines on the Net that deal with issues of race, colonialism, indigenous peoples and so forth. Minority artists and businesses are online in large numbes, but overall there’s an absolutely shocking lack of minority political perspectives. The one cause that seems to have galvanized a sizable portion of Net surfers is that of the Zapatistas. This site, which is located at the University of Texas, is a multimedia experiment inspired by the Zapatistas that pushes the envelope with sound samples, movie clips and cutting-edge plug-ins. Each visit promises a different experience and allows for lots of reader participation. [reviewed by Tom Dowe, "Web Politics", In These Times, October 19, 1997, p. 27]. The site also includes a section dedicated to the struggle of Zapatista women. o The Zapatistas http://www.altpress.org/zap.htm altpress@igc.apc.org A bibliography compiled in 1997 of articles indexed in the Alternative Press Index. Compiled by Les Wade of the Alternative Press Center. Zines o Alternative Comics http://www.indyworld.com/altcomics/ jmason@gator.net Alternative Comics publishes comic books and zines, including Detour, Lemon Kids, Magic Whistle, Indy Magazine, Slowpoke and Urban Hipster. o Alternative Press Review http://www.altpr.org/ apr@flag.blackened.net The Alternative Press Review can be your window on the world of independent media. APR publishes a wide variety of the best essays from radical zines, tabloids, books and magazines—essays that deserve a much wider readership than they currently enjoy. Plus, APR publishes a selection of short and lively article excerpts in each issue, along with reviews, commentary and columns on the alternative press scene and other alternative media. Sample it on the new website. o Book of Zines : Readings from the Fringe http://www.zinebook.com/ chip@interaccess.com This site explains what a zine is, includes a great resource guide to zines and promotes "The Book of Zines". o Factsheet Five Web Edition http://www.factsheet5.com/ seth@factsheet5.com Factsheet Five is an electronic extension of the traditional magazine of the same name. It is the most comprehensive review of the zine press — controversial and extremely personal publications with circulations well under 5000. This WELL conference is designed to give you some sense of the cultural ferment going on in these publications. At its core are reviews (over 1,000 items reviewed each quarter) and an eclectic selection of electronic publications. o Street Librarian : zines, alternative press & other seditious stuff http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/7423/ cdodge@sun.hennepin.lib.mn.us Links to other online resources in categories like : zines, alternative media, comics, anarchism, ethnic pages, peace and justice, surrealism.

o Yellow Dog

http://www.ydog.net/ yellowdog@ydog.net Yellow Dog is the winner of the Ginnie Springs Alternative Zine of the 90s award. An online zine with fiction, comicx and commentary on culture.


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